06 August 2012
We've been systematically planting cassava for almost a year now. There used to be wild ones randomly growing around (ligáw) and it was always exciting to check which ones can be harvested already. But since a rainy season ago, we have cleared a portion of the field and planted rows of kamóteng káhoy. They're a great source of starch and carbohydrates, and is a good, even healthier substitute for rice.