Arrowroot is a starch obtained from the rhizomes (rootstock) of several tropical plants.
Burdock Root has a chewy and crunchy consistency with a mild, sweet, and earthy taste similar to Artichoke, but the root may also have a slightly astringent or pungent flavour.
Rough brown skin and a juicy, crisp, white flesh. Taste is somewhat sweet, with a texture and taste similar to a water chestnut.
Dense, crunchy and starchy texture with a faintly nutty and sweet flavour, similar to that of a water chestnut. Horizontal cut reveals lacey texture.
A Parsnip’s flesh is always a creamy white. Parsnips have smooth skin with a sweet, nutty flavour and fine grained flesh.
Sunchokes, or Jerusalem artichokes, are an edible tuber that grows underground.
The flesh of the Taro root has a texture similar to a water chestnut and its flavour is mild and slightly nutty when cooked.
Yuca root is also referred to as Cassava, Medioc or Mandioca.