Yams… A to Z Challenge

Yams, its a food right? I mean it is sort of shaped like a food, but people add so many things to it. Why? Well I will tell you why, and you may disagree. YAMS ARE GROSS!

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I won’t eat a yam and I wont eat it even more if its buried under marshamellows and suger and other sweet things just to hide the taste of… well GROSS. I will fry up some sweet potatoes though in some olive oil with some salt and a bit of pepper and be very happy. I have tried to like a Yam, people in my house seem to enjoy the things… but nope, not me, not ever. just the fact that they need to be candied to make them worthwhile turns me off.

So that’s it, just don’t eat Yams, they’re gross.

6 Comments on “Yams… A to Z Challenge

  1. Those yams look kind of like russets, so I’m left wondering it I’ve ever had a yam. Have you ever had Japanese sweet potato? It has purple skin and white inside. It’s pretty good pan fried with salt and a little sesame oil.


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