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How to preserve unused Yam

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How to preserve unused yam: Yams are native to warmer regions of both hemispheres, and several species are grown as major food crops in tropical regions. In several tropical societies, particularly in West Africa and New Guinea, the yam is a major agricultural commodity and the focus of elaborate rituals. Yams are fried starchy vegetables with a sweet taste.

They are usually boiled and mashed into a sticky paste or dough, but can also be fried, roasted or baked like potatoes or sweet potatoes.

West African yams are high in vitamin A, B6, and C, as well as fiber, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, and copper. People often cut them in half and keep the rest for the next day because of their large size, but they can go bad if stored improperly.
Instead of letting your jam spoil in the kitchen because you’re not ready to eat it, we have a great technique for preventing it from spoiling.

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How to preserve unused Yam

1. Peel and cut to desired size.

2.Freeze them in a zip lock bag.

3. It will last for months in your freezer without losing its flavor.

4. Only after removing from the freezer, put it on the fire to cook/boil.

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