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How to Select Good Okra & Store Them

Okra is native to West Africa and from there spread to the other parts of the world largely during the days of slave trafficking. It is widely used in India, Africa and the Middle East. Outside the US it’s also called lady’s finger on account of its shape. It’s rich in vitamin A, Thiamin, B6, C, folic acid, riboflavin, calcium, zinc and dietary fiber. Following are a few tips to Buy good  Okra and store them.

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