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baaybaaycfklutNkind of root plantBaay is the root of a kind of vine which grows in the wild and is processed for food when there is absolutely nothing else to eat. In it’s raw form it is very toxic because of it’s high levels of cyanide, therefore it must be soaked and rinsed repeatedly over a period of a week to remove the juices. Then the remains are dried and make into a flour.Simklut1.5.3.4edible roots

dalilandalilanNa variety of sweet potato recognized by its red skin with white lines.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

di-asdi.ʔasprobably from Spanish: diazNa variety of sweet potato distinguished by its white meat which turns yellow when cooked.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

kasila'kasilaʔNcamote; sweet potato (generic term)The kasila' is related to kangkong and morning glory. The green tops are eaten as a vegetable and are rich in vitamin A.Ipomoea batatas1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotanycomp.kasila' kawuycassava plant and its rootid.kasila' na ibidvar. of sweet potatokasila' tigasawvar. of sweet potato

kasila' kawuykasilaʔ kawuycomp. ofkasila'n.phr.cassava plant and its rootalso called manioc and is the source f or tapioca.Manibot esculenta5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

kasila' na ibidkasilaʔ na ibidid. ofkasila'n.phr.var. of sweet potatoA sweet potato root distinguished by its white skin and is small in size like a lizard egg.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

kasila' tigasawkasilaʔ tiga:sawid. ofkasila'n.phr.var. of sweet potatoa variety of sweet potato recognized by its long shape and orange color. When cooked meat is orange inside.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

klutklutcfbaayNa variety of poisonous root used for food during times of drought. Requires processing to rinse out the cyanide before it can be eaten.Simbaay1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

luya'luyaʔNthe ginger plant and its rootLuya' is used as a condiment and a medicinal purposes.Zingiber officinale Roscoe5.2.3.3Cooking ingredients1.5.3.4edible roots5.2.3.4Prepared foodBotbotany

malabumalabuunspec. comp. form oflabuN1a variety of sweet potato recognized by its red skin. It is dry tasting and the meat is white inside.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany2tender (said of meat)

mamugti'mamugtiʔNa variety of sweet potato recognizable by its red skin, and its light-yellow meat when cut open.5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

tagbaktag.bakNkind of tall plantSimkalambul1.5.3.4edible roots

tenektɜ.ˈnɜkNthe green leaves of taro plantThe leaves of the taro or gabi are used as a vegetable.5.2Food1.5.3.1garden food plants1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

ubiʔubiNubi yamDioscorea alata5.2Food1.5.3.1garden food plants1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany

ulayan na kasila'ʔulayan na kasilaʔn.phr.A variety of sweet potato which can be identified by its black peel and white interior. 5.2Food1.5.3.4edible rootsBotbotany