Oca, the South American substitute for the common potato

09/26/2013 | PARADE

Brightly colored oca, a tuber found in South America and New Zealand, boasts similar starchy properties to potatoes and yams but has a tangy, unique flavor. Ocas, which can be fried, boiled and baked just like other tubers, are nutritious but may be hard to find in American markets.

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