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Sicklepod, टाकळा Cassia tora
Withlachoochee state forest
Thank You, Ashish!
Nice study work.... I already have this vegetable in rural area where it is easily available in monsoon.
I see it is a Legumes and some vegetarian cultures serve legumes along with grains, which are low in the essential amino acid lysine, which legumes contain. Thus a combination of legumes with grains can provide all necessary amino acids for vegetarians.It has a long history! I did not know this about this plant! Thank You, AshishNimkar!!
I have suggested name at commonly called and in my native language.. Marathi.
Yes, I'm interested in plants and they're uses and also their history! I had no idea this was a edible plant, I learn so much talking to you and others on this website!
Welcome...I think you also love this plant... They are host for many insects.
Thank you, AshishNimkar!!
Wow... its truly nice..!!
Ashish, I uploaded a darker photo!
Thank you, for the nice compliment!
Yes, I will do that tomorrow on Adobe.
Can you reduce brightnes of this picture and reload..this is good picture.
Leaves. They have some arrogant aroma, but they taste delicious with some homemade masala preparations.
What part do you eat?
True Ian...We Indians use in our vegetable preparation in daily meals for Lunch or Dinner.They are find here currently in monsoon.Cassia tora
you had a previous spotting of a similar plant http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/662...
Lat: 28.65, Long: -82.26
Spotted on Aug 20, 2011 Submitted on Aug 20, 2011