Did you know yams can grow as big as a potato or as large as 100 pounds? Yams have a rough exterior that distinguishes them from other tubers like potatoes. Most types have a tube-like structure, and if not harvested in a timely manner, they can become quite long and fibrous. Also,
- Its flesh is starchier and less sweet than sweet potatoes, and it can be crushed into flours and starches.
- Yams have a pleasantly sweet flavour and are rarely eaten raw
- They are incredibly adaptable and diverse plants with distinct culinary connotations all across the world.
Our yams are grown organically without the use of pesticides.