THERE ARE SO MANY WAYS
One of the neat things about being in contact with so many people, is that we hear a veritable smorgasbord of ideas, about how to eat all of the incredible products of
the Moringa tree - leaves, flowers, pods, and seeds.
People from various cultures have their own favorite Moringa dishes, and just as it
is with any other food - there are thousands of ways to eat it. Whether you prefer the leaves fresh from the branches, or you like the seeds, the leaf powder, the flowers, the pods, or the seeds; there is no limit on how you can add Moringa to your diet.
On the links that are on the right-hand side of this page, are some ways that WE
eat Moringa, but there are many, many more.
Two of our favorite ways to eat the leaves - are - sautéed or "flash-fried" in olive oil
or butter, with fresh garlic and sea salt, and the buds and blossoms, cooked the
same way. The flavor of the leaves is like "nutty spinach". The flowers and buds
are tender, moist, delicate, and delicious! The pods? When they are very young,
and about as thick as a pencil - they taste like green beans, but sweeter!