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How to Eat TARO STEMS – Full Harvest + Cooking Thai Food! | Organic Farm in Chiang Mai!

Eating and harvesting taro stems in Chiang Mai, Thailand! Thai Strawberry Meal: CHIANG MAI, …

45 thoughts on “How to Eat TARO STEMS – Full Harvest + Cooking Thai Food! | Organic Farm in Chiang Mai!

  1. Orange says:

    u get full of living enzymes here
    u won't get that from processed food or shelf-food canned foods which last for years

  2. Ilove you Big on spice Mark Wiens iom Mojueb Bakhtiyar from Afghanistan ❤❤🇦🇫🇦🇫🇹🇭🇹🇭🇦🇫🇦🇫❤❤

  3. Amazing food , i like 👍👌 yummy 😋

  4. What's the name of the plant whose leaves tast elike sweet licorice?

  5. I have seen about taro stems cooking in Indian villages vlogs. Theirs way cooking of taro stems is totally different. They cook in curry massala and also use taro leaves which they cook in many layers with curry paste. Thai cuisine has variety of salads while Indian cuisine is always cooked food.

  6. Just Why? says:

    You must try the Filipino dish called laing. Spicy and savory

  7. Will Beckman says:

    Beautiful Food. Great Episode.

  8. Random says:

    Hey Mark, I love watching your videos, That Taro is called TASO in our State which is Assam in India.

  9. Scorpio says:

    Ditch the mask, they dont work…..
    PS you got a copy cat that uses all of your face expressions and wording,, Same face….

  10. Mark i just want to know because it happened to me taro stem has a water that when it makes contact with the skin it makes it really irritating and itchi were her hands itching at all 🤔

  11. In Cross Rivers States, North East of Nigeria, the tender leave shoots are used to prepare a vegetable dish named Edikanikong. The coco yams are grated, seasoned, and then wrapped in the torn leaves. Eaten as a Potage. Yum

  12. In Vietnam they call it Bac Ha. We eat it often in hawaii! Amazing food

  13. in northeeast india in the churachandpur we name it ZENDEM TARO it all edible soked in a boil water .
    yes as salad , side dish , too with fermanted fish and a backed bamboo shoot the leaves is stem … just peel the skin

  14. It’s a certain species of elephant ears not taro. We make soups and eat the young ones with papaya salad.

  15. Mona Maha says:

    Hi Mark, I feel bad you throwing leaves, leaves taste better than stems.

  16. I wanna sit beside King of Yummy food and keep looking at him while he’s eating 😊👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 Love your channel so much 💖💖

  17. I ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ Taro Leaves!!!!!! You can Use Them to Wrap it Up With All Kinds of Meat, Seasoning & Coconut Milk and Then Put it in in a Oven for 3 Hours. You can check every now and then.

  18. It's a family of a taro.

  19. Chef JACK says:

    Farm fresh Goodiness, Healthy & yummy, Nice Chow Mark👍👍👍

  20. Fernando C says:

    The cooked stems have a soft squashlike texture.

  21. Fernando C says:

    We eat taro in hawaii. We use the whole plant. My family strips the outer skin of the stem to make cooking faster and texture more desirable. We make stews and soups with the stem and or leaves. We call the stems, "Hā" or "Hāhā" we also pound the corm to make poi. We use the leaves in laulau, Lawalu, and other dishes.

    Aloha nui from Hawaii 🤙🤙

  22. Whatever says:

    0:29 In Bangladesh, these taro leaves are always available on the edge of ponds and along roadsides.

  23. Rick Sous says:

    Cambodian called Kdat

  24. I’m soooo hungry now 😋😋

  25. Mark I want to eat with u 😊 Looks super tasty 😋😋👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼💖💖

  26. really excellent always love from Bangladesh 🇧🇩🇧🇩

  27. Prince K. says:

    Awesome video mark !! 🙏🙏❤️❤️

  28. Love your videos 💓😍💓💞

  29. Taro stem must cook first before you eat bcuz it’s itchy…..

  30. Oxen Nguyen says:


  31. In hmong: it's ka yue in hmong writing its kav ywm.

  32. R. K2 sir. says:

    Kaye re pet kharab nhi hota… 😀😀😀😀😀 Itto kha lete ho

  33. I can’t wait for my son and I to move out and start a healthy fun garden. We can’t at the moment so thanks Mark for making this beautiful video showing us how amazing fresh food is.

  34. It’s HHHerbs…. With an HHHHaitch! So irritating to hear Americans pronouncing it erbs! GRRRRR!

  35. Awsome video Mark. Its Big on Site as well

  36. One from Chiang mai. Tku
    Mr Mark canvwe have names of the herbs as Subtitles pl

  37. Oh I would love the licorice flavor!!

  38. Brenda says:

    Thanks for answering my question about the bulbs/roots without me even typing it, yet 🙂

  39. Prajna says:

    This leaves are also used in south india

  40. Lulubi Remei says:

    In Northeast India we call it thun?
    So similiar 👍

  41. Travis Silva says:

    Wow that's amazing that jackfruit almost looks like chicken or pork in a way

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