I bought something like these during the holidays last year.
These are Japanese garnet yams. Inside are bright yellow yummies. Well, when they’re cooked. Unfortunately, I didn’t cook a few.
And over the winter, they sprouted. So, in the spring, I tosses them into a pot outside my kitchen.
And they grew into these. Well, instant veggies! I take the tender tops and some of the young leaves and wash them.
See, those pretty greens? They’re just like spinach! Today this is lunch. Yam leaves and oyster mushrooms cooked with instant bowl ramen.
Ah! Completely satisfying!
So, if the yams you bought from Thanksgiving starts to sprout, plant them in a pot and harvest the tender tops and some leaves!
You can also toss them into pasta!