Taro or in Indonesia commonly called Talas has the Latin name Colocasia esculenta.
This plant is a tuber vegetable that grows in the soil.
Taro is a source of carbohydrates, the taste is rather sweet.
Taro flesh is white with purple spots.
They are usually cooked by boiling or frying.
The content in taro is vitamin B1, vitamin B2, calcium oxalate, and starch.
While some of the benefits of taro is to eliminate phlegm, improve the work of the kidneys, eliminate body toxins, and expedite the digestive tract.