I assume that you are referring to jicama, which is a sweet, juicy Mexican root often added to dishes for flavor and its crispy texture. It is found to be rich in vitamin C and a good source of fiber, while remaining low in calories and sugars. A great way to incorporate jicama into a meal is to add some slices to salads, soups or even fruit dishes! Visit our fruit and vegetable database here for more information on jicama and other unique veggies! A serving size of jicama is ½ cup, which contains 25 calories, three grams of dietary fiber, and one gram of sugar.
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