Walking down the Nursery Division, we found lots of fresh 'things'.
As usual, we took home a few 'thing' from this place.
A very lush vine on the edge of the nursery and a half part of the vine were climbing on the hedge.
We found a bountiful bean, yes there were lot of 'kecipir' or winged beans.
Winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus L) is well known in Indonesia as Kecipir, cipir or jaat.
It's usually sold on the traditional markets.
The young pods are tied using bamboo rope, and sold as vegetable.
The mature bean is usually harvested for the seeds.
The seeds from the mature bean will be boiled as a healthy snack.
Look a few that we got to be taken home.
Fresh young winged beans to be cooked as traditional salad or stir fried.