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Please folks, be careful: my diamond food is starting to make me vomit every time I eat it. Its thin skin can allow a lot of pesticides into its bulb, I think. This summer I ate  Jicama with thin skin also and my sinuses burned afterwards.....

I couldn't find any articles about pesticides used on malanga in Mexico.


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You should probably soak all questionable food really well and avoid what you know has made you sick.

Pesticides in Mexico


http://www.multinationalmonitor.org/hyper/issues/1988/10/mm1088_06.html

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8776984


http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cms_ia/importalert_258.html


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With malanaga I am more concerned with the poison it naturally contains than the ones added to it.

Are you fully cooking it to destroy the poison? Are you removing the outer skin?


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Yes I am fully cooking it and always removed the peel and it never, ever bothered me until a month ago. Kroger used to get malanga from Puerto Rico or Dominica, and now it's importing it from Mexico. I think Fiesta is importing from Mexico also. At Fiesta it is 70 cents more per pound to buy. I don't have a better source of malanga yet, so........this may be adios!


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