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The fried rice looks great, even without the colorful ingredients! And I looooove okra. We hardly ever get any fresh here, that’s a good idea about growing them yourself. Have a great weekend!
cute Okra, looks good.
i love vegetable fried rice! nice photo.
Wow, that looks fantastic!
I love okra but I’ve only had it fried or in soups. How else do you use it?
Midwest Vegan, I usually use it in soups and Indian recipes. I’ve also seen it used in Middle Eastern cooking. I had a delicious side dish of okra while out at this one Middle Eastern restaurant. It was big pieces of okra with tomatoes, onions, and a bunch of seasonings that I couldn’t quite figure out. Yum!
Ian, thanks for stopping by. I really like the web site you started and will be visiting often 😀
Oooh, okra! There’s something i’ve never tried. And you GROW it. I love that. Some day i’ll have a garden and i know from whom to ask advice … Very nice on the fried rice, Emmy! I am a big fan of both bamboo shoots and water chestnuts! Yummmmmmmmmmy!
Pea pods never last very long in my house either. Your fried rice looks really delicious – even without the color.
I don’t like okra though. Best of luck to you with that awful plant.
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