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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Our first roselle juice


Our first
Roselle Juice,
fresh from the garden.











sweet sour, really nice.



21 comments:

  1. That look delicious and really refreshing.

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  2. I have never grown Rosella. Making jam from rosella was popular. The juice looks delicious. I think I try to get a plant at the nursery, I remember I have seen them.

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  3. I had heard about the drink made with roselle. Thanks for showing the way.

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  4. wow, that looks great!!! I just love this blog, it has so many interesting fruits and vegetables and plants and flowers. Some of the produce I have seen in the Asian markets here, and now I can give it a name. Keep up the great work

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  5. Looks refreshing, I wish I could taste it!

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  6. Wow, this juice has a nice colour to it. Looks very inviting for quenching thirst especially after a meal of hot curry in such a hot afternoon! Very healthy with Vit-C too.

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  7. I saw people selling the fruits in market. Now I know what they are. Haha...

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  8. > Queen Janet
    > Jo
    > Islandgal
    > Titania
    > Prospero
    > Prue
    > Iowa Gardening woman
    > Belle
    > Rainnie

    Thank you for your comments. Growing roselles is quite easy, and pests dont seem to bother roselle for now. But we know pests start to jump in the moment they see plants weakening. To humans doctors will say "weakening antibody".....

    Kakdah just peel off the outer skin and blend them. Then the juice, after adding a little bit of sugar and ice cubes. Wuallaa!!! ... what a taste. Exquisite !!

    I am thinking of leaving a few fruits to mature for the seeds. Whoever is interested I may just post them later... THE SEEDS!. Of course I need your address.

    Lets give roselle a space in your garden!!
    ~ bangchik

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  9. I noticed your pictures are becoming prettier each day and the fruits look delicious. Hmm what about sailing your roselles seeds to Keningau here. hehe

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  10. Is it a kind of Hibiscus? I think I tried a carton of the juice once but it was sweetened with sugar, too sweet for me. I'm sure your freshly made juice will be a much better balance of sweet and sour.

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  11. It's so pretty and it looks so refreshing!

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  12. Looks tasty and refereshing. I feel thirsty now...

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  13. > FJL
    > Easygardener

    I dont mind mailing roselle seeds anywhere, Keningau or London.... as long as I have an address to send to... and wait until the fruits mature and turn brown.

    I read somewhere, about roselle being the member of big hibiscus family. Yes, what's sold as canned drinks are normally heavily sugared.....

    ~ bangchik

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  14. > Catherine
    > Vuejardin

    Thanks for the comments. A home made juice has raw and refreshing taste. We can never beat the taste of commercialized drinks. They have done extensive research just to come up with a sample. Ours is just pluck, peel, blend and iced!!.... Raw and refreshing!!

    ~ bangchik

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  15. Wow, I'd really like to try the juice. Cheers to the successful growers!

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  16. > Keats
    Thanks.... it's quite nice actually, the drink. Another one over the weekend maybe.. haha.

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  17. I am keen to learn how to grow roselle. Can you share with us on your blog? Thanks, Bang Chik & Kak Dah.

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  18. > J.C.

    In short, roselles are grown from seeds. You may want to click "roselles" at my blog labels and follow all the posts. Once these plants are pulled out, I may write something as a summary.

    I grow them on vegetable bed, with spinach for the first month. Now spinach are all gone, leaving roselles with more space to branch out and grow..

    ~ bangchik

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  19. hi, I would like to plant roselle at my house garden.

    can you tell me where I can buy the seed?

    thanks.

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