Also called "ladies' fingers," there's more to this veggie than its slimy reputation. Rich in fiber and disease-fighting antioxidants such as vitamin A and C, you can control the texture/slime-factor by varying the cooking technique. Be it green or reddish-purple, okra tastes great simply sliced and sautéed with other seasonal vegetables such as corn and tomatoes. Another simple preparation would be to roast it, whole, with oil, salt, pepper and seasonings like smoked paprika. Browned and slightly crisp, you can eat it as is or add it to a salad or side dish.
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