Organically produced water spinach. Rich on dietary fiber, protein, calcium, iron, vitamin A and vitamin C. Water spinach is an herbaceous aquatic or semi-aquatic perennial plant of the tropics and subtropics. Almost all parts of the young plant tissue are edible, but the tender shoot tips and younger leaves are preferred. Water spinach (kangkong) leaves are very nutritious, being rich in vitamins and minerals. Young water spinach leaves has been and an excellent leafy green vegetable for people with anaemia and pregnant women who need iron in their diets. It can be stir-fried or put it into soup.
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