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Anu (Tropaeolum tuberosum)

A plant native to the High Andes, but sometimes grown in Britain by enthusiasts. They are "short-day plants" producing tubers in the same way as potatoes - these resemble Jerusalem artichokes, and are generally eaten boiled for about ten minutes.

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