Red Okra

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Hi everyone!
Today’s Violet sketch is red okra . She loves to use it mostly in salads. It is interesting that after boil or cooking the red color changes to dark green!

Today was a sunny , warm autumn day and I really enjoyed to lay down under sunshine , relaxing ( not worry anymore about costume or witches!!!)
Hope you all have a beautiful start on November ❤️

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Happy first November dear friends ❤

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21 responses to “Red Okra

  1. Happy November Violet and Malus – have a great month! 🙂 xx

  2. Lovely! I have never cooked with okra and did not know it came in a red variety. Is there anything happier than a cat in a spot of sun?

    • Thank you so dear Camellia!
      They grow mostly in summer but I could find red one in market last time! Surprised to have them in this season😃
      They taste nice as raw in salads😃
      Ah, cat’s nap under sunshine make me sleepy too! So happy feeling 😁

  3. Great to see you enjoying the sun Malus, lovely drawing Violet. A very Happy November to you both ! 😉 xx

  4. “not worry anymore about costume or witches!!!” HAHAHA! Funny Violet!
    And, I didn’t know there were also red okras. The green one in you drawing has very nice colour tones. By dear Malus, don’t stare at us. Bye dear Violet, have a nice weekend.

    • Ah, thank you so much dear Rosa for your lovely comment ❤️
      The green one is red okra color after boiling or steaming. It is really interesting to see how their colors change. I usually use them in salad , and they taste as green one😃
      Have a great day , dear Rosa❤️
      xxxxxx

  5. beautiful watercolour of Okra, and I didnt know they come in red!! Learn something new

  6. I don’t think I have ever seen red okra.

  7. great post, love the pov on the kitty! and totally fascinated by the red okra!!

  8. Ah, that’s better Malus; nice and relaxing.

  9. Wonderful lines Violet, neat piece.

  10. I’ve never tasted an Okra, how interesting that they change colour. Does Malus like them?

  11. Lovely! I have not seen red okra before.

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