Kamoteng Kahoy is a Filipino word for Cassava. It is also known as Yucca. In the Philippines, Kamoteng Kahoy is mostly used for making sweet snacks, like Suman made from grated Kamoteng Kahoy cooked with coconut milk (Gata) or just simple boiling it without its skin and dipping in sugar
Kamoteng Kahoy is known in Malayalam as Kappa or Kappioka and is used for making various dishes in the southern state of India, Kerala.
Picture below is fresh/raw Kamoteng Kahoy from Kerala, India.
Below are pictures of Kamoteng kahoy/Cassava/Kappa trees growing around an empty subdivision in Laguna, Philippines
In Allepey, Kerala, India, Aunt Lily, a family friend buys Kappa /Kappioka from a mobile vendor peddling Kappa.
List of books: Kamoteng,Kahoy