Cassava -- widely cultivated as a starch similar to potatoes -- is used to make tapioca and other foods. The edible part of the plant is a starchy tuber with high amounts of vitamin C and minerals. Cassava must be prepared in a way that removes the toxic compound, hydrogen cyanide, otherwise it is unsafe to ingest.
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