The taro is rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, magnesium, sodium, carotene, niacin, vitamin C, and B vitamins. Its rich nutritional value can enhance the body's immune function.
There are many ways to eat taro. Cook, steam, simmer, roast, roast, stir-fry, simmer, and fry. The most common cooking way is to steam taro and then eat with sugar; taro burned with meat or cut the steamed taro into cubes and mix it with the corn to cook the porridge.