Hibiscus Sorrell Bissap

Hibiscus Sorrell Bissap

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(Hibiscus sabdariffa) Hibiscus, Roselle, Sorrel, Bissap is an African native plant (east and west Africa) that can be used as fiber but is more commonly used for its calyxes (flowers) that are used to make a refreshing maroon beverage. The young leaves can be steamed or sauteed and the outer calyxes are used to make a refreshing tea. Start as soon as the last frost comes, it takes about 4 to 6 months for the calayxes to grow and mature.

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(Hibiscus sabdariffa) Hibiscus, Roselle, Sorrel, Bissap is an African native plant (east and west Africa) that can be used as fiber but is more commonly used for its calyxes (flowers) that are used to make a refreshing maroon beverage. The young leaves can be steamed or sauteed and the outer calyxes are used to make a refreshing tea. Start as soon as the last frost comes, it takes about 4 to 6 months for the calayxes to grow and mature.

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