Peace Corps in Paraguay :: Photo Essay :: 13

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Photo by Justin Mog and Amanda Fuller. flickr.com
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Amazon Okra!

Our neighbors didn’t really know how to eat okra as a vegetable, but we found it growing in their gardens and used their seeds in our own garden to produce these monsters which kept us well nourished throughout the summer! Native lima beans climb the fence on the left. Basil booms in the foreground. Ruta’i, Paraguay. January 20, 2007
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