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A root vegetable, grown in swampy areas of the West Indies and the southern states of the U.S.A, similar to potato, with dark, bark-like skin. The tubers have more protein and carbohydrates than potatoes. The spinach-like leaf is known as Callaloo, and is used in local soups.

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