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In Thai cuisine, taro Thai: เผือก (pheuak) is used in a variety of ways depending on the region. Boiled taro is readily available in the market packaged in small cellophane bags, already peeled and diced, and eaten as a snack. Pieces of boiled taro with coconut milk are a traditional Thai dessert.Raw taro is also often sliced and deep fried and sold in bags as chips. As in other Asian countries, taro is a popular flavor for ice cream in Thailand.