Kape or giant land taro is used as a famine crop in Cook Islands. Cook Islanders gather the crop from the forests and bake it in an underground oven. Kape feeds communities for months. Organic farmer Teariki Patai demonstrates in this video the growing of Kape at the the Youth Learning Exchange in Resilient Agriculture Practices held in Vanuatu from October 9th to 13th 2017. The Exchange was supported by the CTA- Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, the Sustainable Development Goal Fund and UNDP through the Engaging Fiji and Vanuatu Youth in Organic Farming project and the International Fund for Agricultural Development through the Capacity Building for Resilient Agriculture in the Pacific Project.