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also known as Spinach
Bright, vibrant-looking Bayam leaves are not only appealing to the eye but is nourishing as well. It is one of the best sources of dietary potassium and magnesium. Great for energy metabolism and maintaining blood pressure.
also known as Water Spinach
Having thin, hollow stems with long, flat, arrowhead-shaped leaves, this little helper cures constipation. Young shoots and leaves are more tender and sweeter in taste.
Sawi Bunga
also known as Choy Sum
Recognizable for its small yellow flowers and medium green leaves, it has sweet and mustard flavour with lettuce-like texture. Very rich in calcium and vitamin K which helps prevent osteoporosis and heart disease.

Pucuk Ubi
also known as Sweet Potato Leaves
Edible from its tubers, stems, leaves, and even buds. Its typically eaten cooked and famous for its mouthwatering style of stir-fried with garlic. Great for digestion.

Local Cucumber
Its watery crunch refreshes any meal. Best eaten fresh and add a crisp snap to salads and sandwiches.
Old Cucumber
also known as Matured cucumber
Older the cucumber, the better it tastes. Not only cooling for blistering hot days but is also good for the skin. Bet for simmering soup.
Bitter gourd
also known as Bitter melon
Despite being name bitter, it can really sweeten your health because of its disease preventing and health promoting nutrients. Very good for the skin.

Valued both for the acidity of its juice and the floral aroma of its zest. Its distinctive fragrant, sour and tart flavour allow it to be a utility ingredient within countless recipes both savory and sweet.
Lady Finger
also known as Okra
Known for its sticky sap that creates the flesh's gelatinous texture. Its textures and flavors are enhanced when fried and grilled.
Long Bean
also known as Asparagus bean
Young long bean is crispy, sweet and tender. The bean pod's flesh contains succulent, pale, lime green peas.
Young Ginger
also known as Spring Ginger
Has a thinner skin, milder flavor and is more tender than the mature one. Skin of the young ginger be eaten. Can be used as a whole, grated, chopped, or sliced.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 May 2014 17:24