WHAT IS A DRUMSTICK Drumsticks are long bean like vegetables sometimes 30 45 cm long that grow on very tall trees Horseradish tree Moringa Tree in South India and some other states of India They are incredibly healthy to eat as are the leaves of the Drumstick trees They are reminiscent of drumsticks and have a hard green outer shell There is an art to eating this vegetable To know more about the Drumstick follow the link below

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WHAT IS A DRUMSTICK?!

Drumsticks are long, bean-like vegetables, sometimes 30 – 45 cm long, that grow on very tall trees (Horseradish tree/Moringa Tree) in South India and some other states of India. They are incredibly healthy to eat, as are the leaves of the Drumstick trees. They are reminiscent of drumsticks and have a hard, green outer shell. There is an art to eating this vegetable!

To know more about the "Drumstick" , follow the link below

https://www.reddit.com/user/Foodism-India/comments/gnqk2i/drumstick/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x https://www.reddit.com/user/Foodism-India/comments/gnqk2i/drumstick/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x

WHAT IS A DRUMSTICK?! Drumsticks are long, bean-like vegetables, sometimes 30 – 45 cm long, that grow on very tall trees (Horseradish tree/Moringa Tree) in South India and some other states of India. They are incredibly healthy to eat, as are the leaves of the Drumstick trees. They are reminiscent of drumsticks and have a hard, green outer shell. There is an art to eating this vegetable! To know more about the "Drumstick" , follow the link below https://www.reddit.com/user/Foodism-India/comments/gnqk2i/drumstick/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x https://www.reddit.com/user/Foodism-India/comments/gnqk2i/drumstick/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x

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