Roots/bulbs vary in size from 4-10 inches. Freshly harvest once a week for next day delivery.
Taro must be cooked. Warning! In spite of its popularity, all parts of the taro are toxic if consumed RAW. This is due to the high levels of calcium oxalate. Get a medium sized pot. Steam or boil the Taro pieces until they are tender! EASILY PIERCED WITH A TOOTHPICK OR FORK!!!