Unlike bitter gourd, Forest Bitter Gourds do not taste bitter. These tropical vegetables with husky shells resemble to bitter gourds but feature a different flavour.
Nutrient Value & Benefits
Forest Bitter Gourd are found to be helpful in regulating blood sugar, aid digestion and treat cough. It also strengthens the immune system. It is also rich source of folates, which is essential for cell growth and reproduction.
To maintain freshness, wrap in plastic bag and store in the vegetable crisper of refrigerator. Once cut, it should be sealed in a plastic bag and used within a few days
Recommended to be consumed within a week of purchase.
Please refer to the packaging of the product for expiry date.
A monsoon favourite, Spine Gourd (Kakrol) is slightly bitter in taste and when cooked, it has a nice soft texture. Healthy and nutritious, it tastes best when fried and is often served as a side dish with dal, rasam or sambar rice. These tropical vegetables with husky shells resemble to bitter gourds but feature a different flavour.
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