Rolling stones may not gather moss, but they get nicely rounded.
Nice visual similie !
Wow! I love okra, but I've never seen any that long! And I agree with Yosee, it is a great visual simile. Hope you have a good week! Enjoy!Sylvia
This is new for me - have never tasted :)but I would like to :)http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/06/28/My-World.aspx
aloha,those are pretty huge, are they still edible when they are that large?, thanks for sharing these
Love okra! Those are huge! I wonder if they will be tough and fibrous. They however look really cool!
Thank you all!They were fresh, well, from the market - very crunchy and edible. but yes, to retain some tenderness, we removed the stem end before storage (a couple of days)
Oh - Yosee, Sylvia - the visual simile was totally unintentional! (Thanks for pointing it out though!)Brigitta - The link up there has plenty of info and recipes
Wow - those ochras are huge! Enjoy.
I used to grow them, they tell me are from Taiwan. Here in New Zealand we get them inported from Fiji, the green and a little white ones.
From where can i get seeds of these extra ordinary long Ocra breed??Please let me know ..my Face Book account is in the name of Anurag Jagdhari
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