Tales is Indonesian word for "Taro" which is also commonly known as Elephant ear or Dasheen. There are a variety of recipes using parts of the Taro plant, from the leaves to the fruit. The corm can be baked, boiled or roasted. Taro flour, bread and chips are the other commercial products made from taro. There are many Filipino dishes which uses taro as the main ingredient, like Laing.

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