Bago Leaves

Leaves of Bago

Some more vendors were there, and these incredibly lively leaves caught my eye, and a local said they were "Bago" leaves and were used in soups and stews. I' d met bago leaves before at a small mountain market in Cebu, and at that time I found out that their scientific name was gnetum gnemon. Cities like Indonesia process the seeds and leaves of Bago and. Myanmar leaf package of Bago fermented fish. eastcodeTravel.

Gnetum gnemon Linn., Gnetaceae.

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It is not often offered on the open air but it is one of the most important sources of nutrition in Bohol. Bago leaves can be used in soup and stew. The Bago forest or greenum gramon grow in South-East Asia and the West Pacific Isles, Indonesia and Malaysia as far as the Philippines and Fiji.

You can usually see these savage veggies in the inner communities of Bohol. As a rule, the trees grow to a height of 15 to 20 metres. Take care to select the leaves to be cooked and pluck the new leaves. It was added to the vegetable for preparation in San Isidro during the month's food-programme.

Poblacion Barangay has created many different ways to prepare it. While you may be acquainted with some of the dishes below, you may be amazed at some of the combination. Have you got other ways to prepare with Bago leaves?

Leaves of Bago

Later, visiting the "Tabo" or fair days at the large Dao main fair in Tagbilaran at lunch means I lost most of the products that I had previously had. Friday is Friday is market time, but our "fast" shuttle from Cebu City was simply not quick enough. A few more salesmen were there, and these unbelievably lively leaves struck my eyes, and a native said they were "Bago" leaves and were used in soup and stew.

I' d met bago leaves before at a small hill town in Cebu, and at that point I found out that their academic name was greenum granemon.

remarks

It is not often offered on the open air but it is one of the most important sources of nutrition in Bohol. Bago leaves can be used in soup and stew. The Bago forest or greenum gramon grow in South-East Asia and the West Pacific Isles, Indonesia and Malaysia as far as the Philippines and Fiji.

You can usually see these savage veggies in the inner communities of Bohol. As a rule, the trees grow to a height of 15 to 20 metres. Take care to select the leaves to be cooked and pluck the new leaves. It was added to the vegetable for preparation in San Isidro during the month's food-programme.

Poblacion Barangay has created many different ways to prepare it. While you may be acquainted with some of the dishes below, you may be amazed at some of the combination. Have you got other ways to prepare with Bago leaves?

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