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REQUEST TO REMOVECassava: Benefits and Dangers
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/cassava

Cassava is a nutty-flavored, starchy root vegetable or tuber. Native to South America, it's a major source of calories and carbs for people in developing countries. 

REQUEST TO REMOVEcassava | Description, Poison, Benefits, & Facts | Britannica
https://www.britannica.com/plant/cassava

Cassava, tuberous edible plant of the spurge family from the American tropics. It is cultivated throughout the tropical world for its tuberous roots, from which cassava flour, breads, tapioca, a laundry starch, and an alcoholic beverage are derived. Cassava probably was first cultivated by the Maya in Yucatan. 

REQUEST TO REMOVECassava: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Dosage, and Warning
https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-1473/cassava

Overview Information Cassava is a root vegetable. People use the root as a food and to make medicine. Cassava is used for tiredness, dehydration in people with diarrhea, sepsis, and to induce ... 

REQUEST TO REMOVECassava: Benefits, toxicity, and how to prepare
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323756

Cassava is a calorie-rich vegetable that contains plenty of carbohydrate and key vitamins and minerals.. Cassava is a good source of vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. 

REQUEST TO REMOVECassava Production Guide - Business Diary Philippines
https://businessdiary.com.ph/3546/cassava-production-guide/

Cassava can be a long term plant, from six months to two years depending upon the use it is intended for. Although this grows anywhere that the soil is loose and not water logging, and rich, farmers do … 

REQUEST TO REMOVECassava | Definition of Cassava by Merriam-Webster
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cassava

Cassava definition is - any of several American plants (genus Manihot, especially M. esculenta) of the spurge family grown in the tropics for their edible tuberous roots which yield a nutritious starch; also : the root —called also mandioca, manioc, yuca, yucca. 

 
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