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sweet potato and Oceania

an essay in ethnobotany

by D. E. Yen

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Published by Bishop Museum Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oceania.
    • Subjects:
    • Sweet potatoes -- Oceania.,
    • Ethnobotany -- Oceania.,
    • Traditional farming -- Oceania.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementD. E. Yen.
      SeriesBernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin ; 236, Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin ;, 236.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB211.S9 Y46
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 389 p. :
      Number of Pages389
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5067911M
      ISBN 100910240175
      LC Control Number74075842

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The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal (Oceania Monograph, 56 / Ethnology Monographs, 19) [Chris Ballard, Paula Brown, R. Michael Bourke, Tracy Harwood] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal (Oceania Monograph, 56 / Ethnology Monographs, 19)Format: Paperback.

Genre/Form: Pasifika: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yen, D.E. Sweet potato and Oceania. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press, (OCoLC)   This book grew out of the annual meeting of the Association ­forSocial Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO), where thirteen papers were presented at a working session intended to review the status of knowledge about the sweet potato in Oceania since the publication of Yen's study almost thirty years earlier.

sweet potato and Oceania book The volume that resulted from that. in The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal, a volume that presents cutting edge research on the history and mystery ofthe kumara in the Pacific and with emphasis on Rapa Nui.

The original masterwork on this topic is Douglas Yen's: The Sweet Potato and Oceania, published by the Bishop Mu­ seum Press in Yen argued convincingly that the. "The goals, stated or implicit, included: a review of the status of knowledge about sweet potato in Oceania, covering advances in agronomic, botanical, archaelogical and ethnographic understanding; a regional overview, integrating advances in both Polynesia and Melanesia; an assessment of the significance of sweet potato in the region, relative to other crops, other.

Allen, M.G. The evidence for sweet potato in island Melanesia. In The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal.C. Ballard, P. Brown, R.M. Bourke and T. Harwood Cited by: 3. The implications ofthe sweet potato's re-appraisal Shawn McLaughlin The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal (Ballard, et al., ) is a book that might not achieve the read­ ership it deserves, even for Rapanuiphiles.

Due to it eso­ teric subject - and due to the fact that, at lea t. Etymology. The English word potato comes from Spanish patata (the name used in Spain). The Royal Spanish Academy says the Spanish word is a hybrid of the Taíno batata ('sweet potato') and the Quechua papa ('potato').

The name originally referred to the sweet potato although the two plants are not closely related. The 16th-century English herbalist John Gerard referred to Clade: Tracheophytes.

The Sweet Potato in Oceania: A Reappraisal (Ballard, et al., ) is a book that might not achieve the readership it deserves, even for Rapanuiphiles. Due to its esoteric subject - and due to the fact that, at least at present, it is unavailable in bookstores or via Acquisition, therefore, require determination.

But the implications contained in this book, especially Cited by: 1. Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas [L.] Lam) is a dicotyledonous plant belonging to the family plant bears white and purple sympetalous flowers and has large nutritious storage roots.

Sweet potato roots develop mainly as storage roots, bearing alternate heart-shaped or palmately lobed leaves, which are long and : Tai-Hua Mu, Jaspreet Singh. Europe and Oceania have only a very small sweet potato production, contributing only % and % of the world’s total inrespectively.

Thus it is obvious that the cultivation of sweet potatoes is not widespread in developed countries in spite of the fact that they have far more advanced agricultural technologies than most of the Author: Tai-Hua Mu, Peng-Gao Li.

While stones aren’t exactly thrown, in Vanuatu they are heated and piled on top of food. This traditional method is typical of Oceania.

Lap lap the most notable of dishes, made with either yam, cassava, plantain, or sweet potato that has been grated, wrapped in banana leaves (with coconut milk), then roasted under hot stones.

Source: Fresh Produce Desk Book Data () The continent with a greater production of sweet potatoes is Asia, followed by Africa. Inthe world-wide production amounted tot. These are distributed by continents in the following way. (“How Did the Sweet Potato Reach Oceania?” Journal of the Linnean Society, vol.

53, pp. 41–) Dr. Hornell concludes: “ there remains the possibility and even the probability that transmission of the sweet potato may have resulted from an involuntary drift voyage from Peru, consequent upon the mismating and crippling of a balsa raft.

Sweet Potato Pie. November 5, ; Total. Shares. Place sweet potatoes in a large saucepan. Cover them with water, then bring to a boil on the stovetop.

Boil for minutes, or until super soft. The Healthy Voyager, aka Carolyn Scott-Hamilton, is the creator and host of The Healthy Voyager web series, site, and overall. D.E. Yen is the author of The Sweet Potato and Oceania ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Anuta ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 revie 3/5(2).

Sweet potato (kumara) Sweet potato is associated with potato more for its external appearance than for its botanical properties. It is very widespread in Oceania and lends itself to the most varied recipes.

Despite the undeniable similarity to the potato, sweet potato has no botanical family connection with the best known and most common : Mike Benayoun. These days convenience is key when it come to meal time. And normally, convenience equals unhealthy food but the times they are a-changin.

One of the hottest trends in food is riced cauliflower and the good folks at Green Giant have made it easy to enjoy this vogue veggie with their new line of riced veggies, conveniently found in the frozen vegetable aisle at Walmart.

Potatoes were aboard the ship of explorer James Cook when he claimed eastern Australia for Britain inand their cultivation began along with colonization 18 years later. Today, "spuds" are grown across the continent, from the temperate southern state of Tasmania to tropical North lian potato production more than doubled between and - from.

The sweet potato in Oceania: a reappraisal / edited by Chris Ballard [et al.]. Other Authors. Ballard, Chris, University of Pittsburgh. Department of Anthropology University of Sydney Published. Pittsburgh, PA: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh ; [Sydney]: University of Sydney, Content Types.

text Carrier Types. The common English name for this crop is spelled sweet potato or sweetpotato. The botanical name is Ipomoea the US, orange-fleshed sweet potatoes are sometimes called “yams,” but this name is more properly applied to the “true” yam, various species in the genus Dioscorea.

Although wild forms of sweet potato are not known to exist today, Central Author: Patricia Brandes.Hi, Kat! The sweet potato combo sounds interesting, however, keep in mind these two things: 1.

sweet potato contains more moisture, thus you will need more sugar to get the consistency of a dough. 2. sweet potato, as its name suggests, is already sweet and this candy is pretty sweet even with a Russet potato.

The sweet potato, Ipomoea batatas, is a morning glory, because it is in the genus Ipomoea and lots of its close relatives are called morning looks a lot like the weedy morning glories that annoy gardeners in the U.S.

South. It has pale flowers with purple centers that open early in the morning and close by : A Wandering Botanist.