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        Q: Where can I buy the best Taro powder for Bubble Tea?
A: Taro Powder ( Original ) $ 18.00 , It 's Ok. You have to add a small more sugar or cream to sweeten a small better 

Q: About cooking with taro?
A: Since you have green plantains , make tostones :   Ingredients  3 huge very green plantains  3 teaspoons crushed fresh garlic  4 teaspoons salt  4 cups water  1/2 cup olive petroleum or canola petroleum  Directions  1Peel plantains and slice into 1 inch thick sections .  2Place water , salt and garlic in an enormous baking pan .  3Soak the plantain slices in the garlic mixture for twenty minutes .  4Pour petroleum in a pan set at 365 degrees .  5Fry plantains till these people are golden brown on all sides .  6Flatten each plantain between sheets of wax paper with a plate or the palm of your hand .  7Dip flattened plantains into garlic mixture and place on a paper towel .  8Place plantains into the petroleum is again and fry till crispy and golden brown .  9Sprinkle with salt to tasting .  10Serve expeditiously after frying for bestest tasting . 

Q: What is the definition of taro?
A: Somme\n . \n . A river in northern France . Rising east of Saint-Quentin , it flows 153 miles ( 245 kilometre ) through Amiens to the English Channel north-eastern of the port of Dieppe . The area around it 's the scene of heavy struggle in World War I.\n . \n . \nThe Battle of Somme\n . \n . A important struggle of World War I between the British and the Germans , on the Western Front in northern France July–November 1916 . More than 1 billions mens on either side were killed or wounded .