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Curcubitaceae, Momordica charantia, bitter melon

April 22, 2008

This website explains it all: http://bittermelon.org/

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  1. Little Pinkie permalink
    August 29, 2008 10:08:42 am

    Greetings from Indonesia.

    Wow, what a nice picture. We have this kind of plant in Indonesia, the taste is bitter. We can eat the green skin leaving the seeds out. We will put some ingredients of fish, flour, spices inside the skin, and put them in the steamer. We can eat it with chilly sauce. Some people like this kind of dish. As I surf in the google, I found out that fruit is also for medicine.

    Good reading.

  2. dana samuel permalink
    December 9, 2008 10:08:56 pm

    wow i was surprised to see this photo,am from st.lucia and we have this here also we usually eat this raw with some warm tuna dish or we just make a salad with it using some oil and salt. we call it here “corrella” using am potois accent . its very bitter and the seeds are edible if roasted.

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