Ceriman (Monstera deliciosa, or monster plant) is native to Mexico and Guatemala and belongs to the family Ara-cea. This is a very large family with about 15 genera and 2000 species. Several aroids are grown in the tropics for their edible tubers (taro, dasheen, tannia, malonga, and ocumo) and are an important starch staple of the diet. M. deliciosa is a robust climbing vine that produces tiny fruit on a spadix up to 10 in. long. The spadix is eaten raw and is reputed to have a delicious flavor resembling that of pineapple.

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