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Moringa leaves
taste "heavenly" sautéed
in butter
or olive
oil with
onions, garlic,
fresh
herbs and some
sea salt.
Sautéed Moringa leaves
can be
folded into omelettes, served
over rice
or quinoa,
or Kashi, or added to
soups, dips, spreads,
put into grilled sandwiches
or just served
as a
side
dish.
A word about cooking Moringa:
for the
best
taste,
and
the most health benefits,
do not overcook
it. Less
is best! It only takes
a few minutes
to cook;
just until it softens up and turns bright
green.
lf you overcook
it, you
will
destroy a
lot of the vitamins, and it
will just
get
bitter.
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the fast-growing, nutritious, delicious gift from God
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This page was last updated: June 28, 2014
These dishes are simply a few ways that we use Moringa leaves...to see
more, CLICK HERE - then click on the name of the dish to see how we made
it. That will take you to another website of ours, ALSO about Moringa!
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"Hi! I'm Morey, the Moringa Oleifera Seed!
The leaves from my trees taste great in
lots of dishes!"
This pile of leaves is from our Moringa Oleifera seedlings that were heavily pruned!
Here is one of our Moringa Oleifera seedlings that is about 5 months old. We cut the branches in half on it about once
a week, and eat the leaves.
Click on the small photo above, and it will enlarge in a
new window.
The larger leaves
are from a seedling that was pruned.
The smaller leaves are from one
which was not.
Mine are larger, but both of our leaves taste wonderful!
COMPARISON
OF LEAF
SIZE - MOREY'S
AND MINE.
"Hi! My name is Stan,
the African Moringa Stenopetala seed!
My leaves are larger than Morey's!"
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