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Ube or purple yam is a deep purple root vegetable.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]


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  1. "More Than a Trend: The History of Ube and What It Means to the Filipino People". Kapwa Gardens. Retrieved 2024-01-20.
  2. "What Is an Ube and Why Is It So Popular?". Real Simple. Retrieved 2024-01-20.
  3. "Get to Know Ube". Food & Wine. Retrieved 2024-01-20.
  4. "Everything You Need to Know About Ube" (in en). Kitchn. 
  5. "Ube Explained". WebstaurantStore. Retrieved 2024-01-20.
  6. "What The Eff Is Ube Anyway & Why Are People So Obsessed With It?". Delish. 2023-02-07. Retrieved 2024-01-20.
  7. Morgan, Will (2023-06-13). "What Is Ube Flavor, Actually?". Sporked. Retrieved 2024-01-20.
  8. "Fly By Jing and Our Place Have The Coolest Lunar New Year Collab". Spoon University. 2024-01-17. Retrieved 2024-01-20.
  9. "The Natural Ingredient That Turns Food Perfectly Purple". HuffPost. 2016-10-10. Retrieved 2024-01-20.