The Cassava is an edible root tuber that is eaten a lot in Africa and South America. Originally, the tuber was a South American savannah plant and was cultivated for Christ for thousands of years. In developing countries the tuber is an important food source. Not all cassava tubers are well edible, some are poisonous. This is the bitter cassava which must first be cooked.
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