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  • Reading a description that includes the word mucilagenous is always a good way to start the morning out laughing.

    Me and my granadilla..

  • And yes, I think the word mucilagenous speaks for itself.

    Me and my granadilla..

  • The word I found used to describe the pulp was "mucilagenous".

    Me and my granadilla..

  • Perhaps a bit of food colouring to mask the unappealing colour too:) Im sure the word mucilagenous will be a permanent addition to my vocab now, its too good to forget!

    Me and my granadilla..

  • The mucilagenous fluid contained in them, while boiled out for most recipes, is now extracted and used as a soluble dietary fiber supplement found in health food stores.

    Cooking with Cactus: Nopales Cactus

  • Some people cut them up and eat them raw in salads, but for most, removing the mucilagenous liquid by cooking is preferable.

    Cooking with Cactus: Nopales Cactus

  • A good gumbo is deeelicious.. and i think it relies on the mucilagenous quality of okra, doesn't it?

    Gastropod: Okra

  • True yams look like a hairy log of firewood and are all gucky and mucilagenous when you slice them.

    Yams and Fertility

  • GREENWAY, P.J. (1941) Gum, resinous and mucilagenous plants in East Africa.

    Chapter 5


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