Recipe Revealed: Delving into the Verdant Elegance of Saluyot 

This leafy green originally hails from the Middle East but is now grown all around the globe as saluyot (Corchorus olitorius). 

The slimy, okra-like Saluyot is a staple in the cuisines of Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. 

Vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, and fiber are all abundant in saluyot, making it a nutritional powerhouse. 

One reason it's good for you is that it's packed with antioxidants. 

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Gather Saluyot leaves yourself or buy them fresh. To remove any dirt or contaminants, wash them well. 

Toss in some chicken, fish, or tofu—whatever you like—to thicken up the soup. 

The earthy flavor of Saluyot is enhanced by the fragrant notes of garlic, onions, and ginger. 

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