Okra

A plant of Ethiopian origins grown for its edible seed pods; frequently enjoyed in Old Southern American cuisine.

Due to the “slimy” mucilage substance within the actual pod, okra serves as a fabulous thickener and eventually made a splash in signature soups and stews of the South, such as Brunswick stew, Kentucky burgoo, and of course, gumbo. Learn more about okra here on our blog!

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