Any starchy agricultural product used as food. Examples include, but are not limited to, yams, potatoes, bananas, cassava, pumpkins, and breadfruit.
I DO NOT UNDERSTAND!!!!????
What's to understand?
"Any starchy agricultural product " pumpkins are not part of GROUND provision group, while breadfruit would be, also plantains, even though theres no starch
Ground Provision - as the name says, it is mostly foods like edible tubers(root crop) that you get from under the ground. Yes they are mostly starchy. Examples are yams, cassava, dasheen, eddoes, tannia, sweet potato, other types of potatoes. Although plantains and breadfruit are cooked and eaten alongside/with the edible root crops they are not ground provisions.
Does cabbage count as a ground provision.
What y’all don’t understand
Everybody saying they dont understand,the" Eddoes" is also among what we called Ground provision,that made up part of the Caribbean soup table...hope i spelt the word correctly.
All ah y'all that don't understand utilize Google rass cause like allyuh ain't get comprehension skills 🙄🙄🙄. Ground provision meaning it grows underground and is mostly starch examples: sweet potato, cassava, Eddoe, dasheen, Irish potato, yam etc. If y'all does make soup/metemgee yuh need ground provisions every Guyanese/Dominican person knows this ✌
bruh there its not hard to understand ground provisions are diff from fruits and veg
Narayanpur. Badami. Bagalkoti
provision is for soup how u suppsed to put cabbage and plantain and thing in soup
Listen u all ground provisions are good found under ground