BitterGuard

BitterGuard

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ContentMomordica charantia (colloquial:?bitter melon;?bitterapple;?bitter gourd;?bitter?squash; balsam-pear) is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit. Its many varieties differ substantially in the shape and?bitterness?of the fruit.Beets, Beta vulgaris, are herbacious biennial root vegetables in the family Chenopodiaceae grown for their edible root. The plant is usually erect with a long main root and a rosette of leaves growing on stems. ...?Beets?are usually grown as annual plants, harvested after one growing season.Split peas?are field?peas, which are a variety?of?yellow or?green peas?grown specifically for drying. ...?Split peas?are high in proteinand?fiber,?and?low in fat. There is no need to soak?split peas?before cooking,?and?they turn very creamy when cooked through. There are two types?of split peas:?green and?yellowThese are used with or without the stalks, whole or chopped, with seeds or deseeded. They are used fresh, dried, powdered, pickled or in sauces. Though not used in excess just a touch of?green chilli?is enough to make the dish spicy.Capsicum?annuum, bell, sweet, or chili pepper?with cultivated varieties including bell, sweet, chili, and paprika peppers?is a perennial herbaceous plants in the Solanaceae (nightshade family), which originated in Central and South America and the Caribbean and was domesticated over 5,000 years ago.Murraya koenigii, called?curry?leaf, is a small, tropical to sub-tropical tree or shrub that typically grows to 6-15' tall and is noted for its pungent, aromatic,?curry leaveswhich are an important flavoring used in Indian/Asian cuisine. ...?Curry leaves?are highly aromatic when rubbed or bruised.
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Weight 500 kg
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Weight 500 kg
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Weight 250 kg
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1 Kg, 1 GM, 500 GM, 250 GM