Anyone heard of this??

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6/17/2014 8:49am
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Was wondering if anyone has heard of this and if so how much to you have to eat? I don't like it but if if works i'd be willing to force myself to eat it..I'm stage 3 C currently on Yervoy..

arthurjedi007 - (6/18/2014 - 12:14pm)

Wow. Okra tastes better than I thought. I got one yesterday, washed it and ate it raw. It had no bad taste to it at all. Much better than some of the other stuff I force myself to eat like broccili (sp).

Ginger8888 - (6/18/2014 - 1:32pm)

I'm thinking i'm gona get a try, don't think it would hurt anything...yuck

They really don't say anything about how it was cooked.  They mention "Southern Diet", which makes me think "Breaded and fried", which is exactly how I like my okra.  I'll have to try it raw, since I'm sure that frying negates some (most?) of the health benefits.  Les is the same way.

Anonymous - (6/19/2014 - 9:51am)

You can use okra in many dishes or casseroles.  I have eaten it as a young child as my grandparents were in Missouri and I have never had it breaded and fried.

Ginger8888 - (6/19/2014 - 8:04pm)

I'm still trying to get up the courage to eat it..It can't hurt..

ilikepralinen - (6/29/2014 - 11:42am)

Dont know about its  Anti Cancer properties. But its a quite popular side dish in southern India.

Heres a simple recipe, if you are interested