The taro "root", also known as arbi, is a thickened, underground stem of certain plants, resembling bulbs. The skin is brown; but inside the flesh may be white, pink, or purple. Taro root is however very similar to a potato in texture and taste. The smaller taro, or eddo, is popular in Caribbean and Indian cooking.
Freshlist’s fresh facts- Taro roots are rich in vitamins and minerals. It is also very high in starch, and is a good source of dietary fiber.