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  1. Development workers have shared recipes for someunderutilized crops. These may provide ideas for the best use of unfamiliar harvests.
     
  2. 1998-02-19 During arecent visit to missionaries Scott and Jody Daby in Haiti, I especially enjoyed the fresh bread and real butter they served.  
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  4. 1992-06-19 More discussion on consumption of Velvet Beans.  
  5. 1998-11-01 In West Africa, the name Egusi is applied to members of the gourd family having seeds of high oil content. Egusi Melon plants closely resemble watermelon plants; both have a non climbing creeping habit and deeply cut lobed leaves. The pulp of the watermelon fruit, however, is sweet and edible...  
  6. 1988-01-01 The following are helpful tips on consuming the different parts ofMoringa oleifera.It also includes several specific recipes you can try at your own home.  
  7. 2011-04-20 We have written in the past about the use of Gliricidia sepium for rat control (see Amaranth to Zai Holes p. 214), but were not able to give a specific recipe. Recently we heard from a network member who has had success using gliricidia. Below we give details.  
  8. 1998-04-01 Traditionally the people of Sri Lanka consume vegetable cooked as curries with the dietary staple, rice. Legumes, in general, play a vital role in Sri Lankan diets and they are being consumed as green vegetables or pulses. Edible legumes are excellent sources of dietary protein and oil....  
  9. DominicanCooking.com, and twin blogCocinaDominicana.com, are a collaborative effort from a pair of friends who share the love for the culinary in general, and Dominican Food in particular. We believe that our cuisine is rich, and that it ought to be promoted as healthy, varied and a reflection of...  
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    2006-01-01 Dr. Martin Price, co-founder of ECHO and former head of ECHO’s Agricultural Resources Department, has said, “I would consider chaya to be one of the five most important underutilized food plants ECHO distributes. I give it this rank because of its ability to thrive in both arid and rainy regions,...