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Burgandy okra flowers. Picking dinner on a rainy afternoon

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Comment by Doug Hanning on March 16, 2021 at 18:40
I fried mine Indian style. Cumin,tumeric,garlic,ginger and onion with the okra sliced, fried in ghee in the wok
Comment by Vivienne Hallman on March 15, 2021 at 23:56
My green and red okra are doing well at present with lots of beautiful flowers. I pick them when they are about 80-100mm long and eat them as I wander around watering my garden. Alternately I slice them about 3mm thick and add them to a fresh green salad, both ways I really enjoy them.

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