Planted from just stems after we ate the leaves, these Malabar spinach are finally ready for harvest after 5-6 weeks. They are grown on a pot on our condo’s tiny balcony.
Such a bountiful harvest! But the girls ain’t big fans of slimy vegetables. Only the adults eat them. But the mil is replanting the stems again for another round of harvest. Why waste something that can be replicated for free and it’s organic, right?
Tonight we’re going to have Malabar spinach egg drop soup again. Don’t care about the girls. They don’t know what they’re missing out when they don’t eat this wholesome veggie. But I believe that one day they’re grow to like this vegetable, just like yours truly who used to hate this dish each time my late maternal granny cooked it🤭
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