Description: Okra, or lady’s finger, is a tropical flowering plant, grown in subtropical and warm temperate regions. It is mainly cultivated for its green seed pods. Okra is a common ingredient for salads, soups, curries, sauces and other dishes in Middle East, India, Africa, Caribbean and southern regions of United States of America. The seed pods are known for their mucus-like juice when cooked.

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