How to Eat Moringa Leaves
Of all of the questions we have received, about Moringa, the
second most asked question is:

"How do you eat the leaves?" Here is the answer:
You eat Moringa leaves, as you eat any other "greens".
Moringa leaves can be eaten as salad greens, added to rice dishes, put in omelettes, added to breads and muffins, put into casseroles, stir-fried with onions, added to any vegetable dish - the list is endless! Here are a few ideas...

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"Hi! I'm Morey, the Moringa Oleifera Seed!
Here are some ways you can eat the leaves from my tree."
Good advice about eating Moringa leaves - always add them to your hot dishes about 2 to 3 minutes before
you plan to eat. That way, you get the most nutrition from the leaves, before excess
heat destroys some of the vitamins, and all of the enzymes.

Forget doing that, if you are going to incorporate the leaves into any baked goods, but it works well when you are adding it to soups and grains, or to any other dish that is cooked, rather than baked.

We do that

"Hi! I'm Stan, the
Moringa Stenopetala Seed! My leaves are every bit as good as Morey's!"
We especially like to add Moringa leaves  right at the end of the cooking time, when we are eating quinoa, teff, brown rice, chia,  amaranth, wild rice,
oatmeal, wheat, or any other grains
or seeds.

Get Creative!
Add Moringa Leaves to:
Quiche, Stir-Fry
Tacos, Hoagies
Deviled Eggs Shepherd's Pie
Pasta Dishes
Salmon Patties
Poultry Stuffing
Macaroni Salad
Lasagna, Salads...

I am really fond of
the taste of the
Moringa leaves when they are quick-fried with onions and mushrooms!
I Love Moringa
the fast-growing, nutritious, delicious gift from God
This page was last updated: August 11, 2015
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