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Okra!! #2865213
07/30/19 04:34 PM
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Ran outa bucket long before I ran outa okra plants. It’s really starting to produce now. Time to start passing it on to friends and family. [Linked Image]


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2865297
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Mines finally coming on I picked 5 or 6 pods today 🤣 hopefully others will produce but I'm bout tired of my garden right now...thats a nice batch marsh

Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2865355
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Dang!! You got it going on...looks great!!!


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2865362
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I planted mine WAY too thick. It's so thick I can't tell if it's even blooming. I already thinned it but may have to thin it again.


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2865485
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Im bout outa freezer space thanks to okra


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2865496
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Fur get your hoe and give it hell, it needs room to make.

Marsh you need to have a BYOB (bring your own bucket) okra party.

Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2866506
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I’m getting a 5 gallon bucket full every other day and have been for the past month. It’s really starting to produce more now and covered with blooms. Bring your bucket and help yourself.

Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2866532
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We grilled some okra the other night. We cut both ends off the pods, tossed them in olive oil and seasoned well with kosher salt and black pepper. Grilled them until they had a nice char. They were good.

Re: Okra!! [Re: ts1979flh] #2866618
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Originally Posted by ts1979flh
We grilled some okra the other night. We cut both ends off the pods, tossed them in olive oil and seasoned well with kosher salt and black pepper. Grilled them until they had a nice char. They were good.

Why cut the ends off? The pointy tip eats good and the other end is a good handle. Grilled is better than fried.

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Originally Posted by SouthBamaSlayer
Originally Posted by ts1979flh
We grilled some okra the other night. We cut both ends off the pods, tossed them in olive oil and seasoned well with kosher salt and black pepper. Grilled them until they had a nice char. They were good.

Why cut the ends off? The pointy tip eats good and the other end is a good handle. Grilled is better than fried.


I'm not sure why she cut the ends off. I would have left them. She washed and trimmed them. I did the rest.

Re: Okra!! [Re: ts1979flh] #2867006
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Originally Posted by ts1979flh
We grilled some okra the other night. We cut both ends off the pods, tossed them in olive oil and seasoned well with kosher salt and black pepper. Grilled them until they had a nice char. They were good.


Grilled okra and baked okra are my favorites. I don’t cut the ends off though.


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2868936
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I went prepared this morning. Went with 2 buckets. It’s really starting to produce now. [Linked Image]


It's hard to kiss the lips at night that chews your a$$ all day long.


Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2869116
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Some of your okra has done turned purple.

Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2869321
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Splane that colored okra.


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2869324
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Send a bucket up my .way.


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Re: Okra!! [Re: jaredhunts] #2869417
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Originally Posted by jaredhunts
Splane that colored okra.

It’s called Red Burgandy and it turns green when you cook it. Not quite as slimy and a little sweeter taste. Really good variety to pick small and pickle. It’s very prolific. That means it makes a lot. rofl


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2869652
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Never been able to keep the damn ants off mine. Dont even try and grow it anymore.


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Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2877252
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My row of okra has really been tiring it on the past 2 weeks. Some of the stalks are about 1.25” diameter. I don’t recall ever having any stalks that large.

Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2877466
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I think 3 stalks would provide all the okra I need.

Re: Okra!! [Re: marshmud991] #2877758
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Originally Posted by marshmud991
Originally Posted by jaredhunts
Splane that colored okra.

It’s called Red Burgandy and it turns green when you cook it. Not quite as slimy and a little sweeter taste. Really good variety to pick small and pickle. It’s very prolific. That means it makes a lot. rofl

Slime is the best part. I saw a shat load of it growing on co rd 15 in Chilton county yesterday. If I had the time i wouldnt mind having a row. Farmers markets is where I get mine sometimes.


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