tree I most loved to climb was the TAMARIND TREE. It was low enough for a five year old to fall out off and still live to 50, has fruit and flowers you can eat. Here’s to my Tamarind memories, and to yours. We’ll give you sour fruit, the ripe fruit which we called the “kalangakang” and the young leaves which you would know what to do with if you too had an awesome childhood. This effort helps the farmers of Dupax, Nueva Vizcaya.
SNAP BUY TAMARIND. We are looking for Rural Rising members to buy 5 kilos of Tamarind—mix of ripe, unripe, and young leaves and flowers—pay only P299. Steal!
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