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Kuma is a Japanese word meaning “sweet potato”. A kuma is a round, white, sweet-potato shaped thing that’s a bit larger than a tennis ball. In Japan, it is used extensively in savoury dishes. In fact, they’re often served raw as part of sushi rolls. They’re also used in desserts, particularly in ice cream. And, of course, kumas are popularly known as the best tasting of all the potatoes.

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Kumapicha

A kumapicha is a type of savoury Japanese dish. There are two types: kimuchi (fried) and gobo (stewed). Kimuchi is usually served cold, while gobo is usually eaten hot. Both versions consist of thinly sliced kumas (or yams), fried onions, seaweed, and sometimes some kind of meat. The meat could be any variety of seafood, beef, poultry, pork, etc. The seaweed could be different varieties of wakame. The onions can vary depending on what kind of recipe you’re using. I’ve seen them use yellow onion instead of red onions. It really doesn’t matter much. One thing that does matter though is that the kumas should be thin slices and not thick ones. Thick slices won’t cook evenly. If the onions are cut thinly enough, then it’ll be fine. As long as they don’t get any bigger than the thickness of a toothpick.

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