Dehydrated okra - excellent!

hangin'witthepeeps

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We have always "caned" our okra and I was surprised by some pictures of this little dwarf okra on the internet. Now I know why we have okra trees. I just thought it was our type of seed, which we save every year for more than 80 years. I don't care if it's 100 degrees I have on long sleeves and tube socks on my hands when I cane okra, it likes to fight back, lol.
 

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hangin'witthepeeps said:
We have always "caned" our okra and I was surprised by some pictures of this little dwarf okra on the internet. Now I know why we have okra trees. I just thought it was our type of seed, which we save every year for more than 80 years. I don't care if it's 100 degrees I have on long sleeves and tube socks on my hands when I cane okra, it likes to fight back, lol.
So how often do you whip your okra? Fill us in on the details, we have a real live "okra whipper" on here and I don't know about everybody else, but this is exciting new news!!!! :lol:
 

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