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Another Tacca question

  • Subject: Another Tacca question
  • From: "Randall M. Story" <story@caltech.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 14:28:59 -0500 (CDT)

Hi again,

I just wanted to add another Tacca question.  Tacca leontopetaloides (the
species that Dewey Fisk mentions was once thought to be related to
Amorphophallus--he also sells it) is apparently sold for food as some sort
of arrowroot.  I seem to remember at least two types of "arrowroot" for sale
at the local Asian supermarkets.  Does anyone know whether I am likely to
find it and what it might be called?



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