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What are Yam Beans? Uses and Health Benefits of Yam Beans

Yam Beans belong to a small genus Pachyrhizus, which comprises5 or 6 species of tropical and subtropical plants growing from large, often edible taproots. Yam bean is widely grown for its spherical or elongated taproot, weighing 20 kgs. The white flesh of the root can be eaten cooked or raw after removal of brown skin. It is a source of inulin, which is a form of sugar with low caloric value and beneficial for diabetics

by Margaret Walker on Wed, 02/09/2011 - 02:29


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