Bitter herbs Foo Yip (Glinus oppositifolius, Glinus lotoides) English: (unknown) "Foo Yip (Glinus oppositifolius, Glinus lotoides)" Fig 25. Foo Yip (Glinus oppositifolius, Glinus lotoides) Chinese: foo yip Vietnamese: rau dang
Features & Highlights
- Bitter herbs aka Rau Dang in Vietnamese
- Use in hot pot
- Use in Khmer soups
- Fresh vegetables
|Manufacturer:||Backyard Garden in Ricmond, VA|
|Publisher:||Backyard Garden in Ricmond, VA|
|Studio:||Backyard Garden in Ricmond, VA|
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