It's believed that sweet potatoes came up from South or Central America. Root cuttings were perhaps taken by Polynesian islanders who visited the islands and from there they spread across the warmer islands. They moved to China, Japan, and Europe in the 1600s. The sweet potato is used by all these cultures in a variety of different meals and menus.
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