You may know these as 'Oca', in New Zealand they're called yams.
The yam is a small potato-like tuber and comes in several bright colours, from pale creamy-yellow to rose to purple-red and apricot! The have a knobby, shiny, waxy edible skin and a firm potato-like flesh and slight acidic flavour.
The flavour is slightly tangy, and texture ranges from crunchy (like a carrot) when raw or undercooked, to starchy or mealy when cooked. Bake, boil, roast, fork-mash or use in any dish calling for potatoes. And there's no need to peel the skin!
Pure and simple, with nothing added, this beetroot is 100% grown, packaged, and perfectly cooked...
Mother nature got artistic with this one. Chioggia is pronounced -kee-oh-gee-uh- let's just get that...