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  • Re: [Gayla] What did you do with your Chayote today?

    What did you do with your Chayote today?

  • Re: [tashby] What did you do with your Chayote today?

    What did you do with your Chayote today?

  • MexConnect. com Forums: Specific Focus: Mexican Kitchen: What did you do with your Chayote today?

    What did you do with your Chayote today?

  • Chayote adds depth to a salad of watercress, avocado, and hearts of palm; poblanos cut the richness of a prawn risotto; and the salmon crusted with blue cornmeal and Hatch green chile was one of the best things I ate in a week in New Mexico.

    Head to Head

  • Chayote is a vigorous-climbing perennial herb with hairy stem, up to 12 meters in height and with oval, palegreen fruits 6 - 10 cm long.

    Chapter 9

  • Chayote is propagated by planting a mature fruit (at an angle, large end down with smaller end slightly out of the soil) and, because of its moisture needs, is best planted at the onset of the rainy season.

    Chapter 9

  • Chayote is easily rejuvenated by cutting back the old vines to a height of ½ meters and if conditions permit, the plant will fruit for several years.

    Chapter 9

  • Chayote (Sechium edule), an edible fruit-bearing vine, is allowed to climb over the netted wires which are suspended 1. 5-2.0 m high from the ground.

    1. Multistoried Sequential Cropping: The Cavite Model

  • Chayote, beans, and avocado - you can do so much with these ingredients.

    Matador Network

  • Chayote, I thought of making an authentic andhra dish out of it, just for RCI event hosted by

    Cook food, Serve love

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