Are you looking for a monkey? Here’s a monkey in the Malunggay tree, I am picking younger leaves of Malunggay that time for “tinolang manok”. I’ve asked my mother if she could take photo of me and guess what she did, she zoomed it. I am 6-8 feet high from the ground, the wall you can see is the wall of the church which is just our neighbor so even you didn’t attend the Sunday service you will still know what’s the sermon because you can hear it from our house.
To those who doesn’t know what is “Malunggay” in the Philippines, “Sajina” in the Indian Subcontinent, and “Moringa” in English, it is a popular tree. Many Asians use the leaves of Malunggay (Sajina) like spinach and also the fruit it produces as a vegetable, like asparagus. Both the leaves and the fruits are very nutritious, which contain many vitamins like Vitamin C and other minerals. For centuries, people in India, Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand have been eating these leaves as a part of their food.
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