- Katuk is an edible leaf bush that is a great addition to salad and stews. It’s flavor starts out like a snap pea and has a nutty finish.
- Katuk (Sauropus androgynus) is a shrub, indigenous to Southeast Asia that is cultivated in Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and India. It thrives in tropical climates in lowland rainforests where it grows between 4-6 feet tall.
- 49% protein, 18% fiber, Vit A, B & C, 2.7% potassium (more than bananas), more calcium than milk, more phosphorous than soybeans,
- Stimulates milk production
We’re farmers and not doctors so none of this should be treated as medical advice for you. We’re only sharing our personal experience and testimony, which may not be relevant to your specific medical condition. Talk to your doctor about your own personal diet and care and please don’t sue us because we’re trying to help people in need and lawyers are super expensive and every dollar we spend on a lawyer can’t be spent helping others grow food. Thanks!!!