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Eddoes
Eddoes Ed"does, n. pl. (Bot.) The tubers of Colocasia antiquorum. See Taro.

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- 'eddo' is of Akan origin; cognate to Twi: o1de3 "yam"; and Fante: o1do3. Eddoes appear to have been developed as a crop in China and ****an and introduced...
- or roti. It can also be served with boiled vegetables such as c****ava, eddoes, sweet potatoes, and green or ripe plantains. This dish is usually reserved...
- root crops, taro and eddoes do well in deep, moist or even swampy soils where the annual rainfall exceeds 2,500 mm (100 in). Eddoes are more resistant to...
- (malanga, cocoyam, tannia, yautia and other names) Colocasia antiquorum (eddoe or ****anese potato) Rhizome Cur****a longa (turmeric) Panax ginseng (ginseng)...
- of C. esculenta. Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott - taro, elephant-ear, eddoe - native to southern China, the Indian subcontinent, Indochina, Sumatra;...
- after Humphrey Bogart), Hat, George, Elias, an ****iduous boy, Man-man, Eddoes, a junk king, Mrs. Hereira, Uncle Bhakcu, Bolo, and Edward. Naipaul wrote...
- Major food crops ("Ground provisions") are yams, sweet potatoes, corn, eddoes, c****ava, and several varieties of beans. Inadequate rainfall and lack of...
- people, it is po****r to eat curried or fried vegetables such as okra, eddoe, breadnut, lablab beans, pumpkin, bitter melon, drumstick, long beans, calabash...
- Colocasia species may also be referred to as taro, old cocoyam, arrowroot, eddoe, macabo, kontomire or dasheen and originate from the region of Southeast...
- The B****a people are traditionally settled farmers who grow yam, c****ava, eddoes and plantain. They are a lineage-linked independent clans who live in villages...