A food staple in many, many parts of the world, taro has a distinctively sweet, nutty flavor. In Hawaii it's known as kalo and kalo is one of the most basic staples of the native Hawaiian diet and an important plant according to Hawaiian mythology as well. Naturally starchy, it can be used as a side dish for savory meals, or it can be boiled with milk and sugar to make a pudding-like dessert that's similar to tapioca. Try the taro-flavored e-liquids from www.cloudchasers.com if you're a big fan of taro dishes or if you want to try something different. There's nothing else in the world quite like taro.