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Red Ti Leaf

Ti Leaf


Red, with leaves and branches




Common uses/hazards/importance: Perfect for cooking fish and a variety of meats, wrap foods to be grilled, steamed or baked. Fill with mushroom and seafood mixtures. Wrap pork and chicken specialties; cook over charcoal. Wrap sticky rice combined with pork, egg yolk, millet, dried shrimp and cashews or chestnuts; secure with string; gently boil. Distinguishing features: range from pink to red fluorescent to a deep rich burgundy and may have random hints of orange and ivory. Date and method of arrival in Hawaii: already here Indigenous? Yes Endemic? no Invasive? /no Other interesting historical, cultural, or ecological information:

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