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I don’t know this food. Can you help identify it?

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    Hi Dini, we only do "how do I use it" for things that are very rarely used as food. For anything else, it's better to use a recipe database than asking our users to make random suggestions. So I reduced your question to the part "what is it", which is within our scope.
    – rumtscho
    Apr 18 at 10:42
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    And to all our other users: please don't add answers (or partial answers) in comments. Even if it feels like it's "too easy" to be a real answer - sometimes there are easy questions and that's OK.
    – rumtscho
    Apr 18 at 10:43
  • Its good deep fried, or you can split it along the side and microwave it. It tends to be gooey undercooked Apr 19 at 1:25

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That looks like okra pods (also called ladyfingers) to me. Check the inside, to be sure.

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    Not to be confused with the type of ladyfingers used in desserts.
    – mbomb007
    Apr 18 at 22:02
  • I agree that it's almost certainly okra. But check the inside for what, please? Apr 20 at 22:12
  • Check the inside if it looks like okra (compare it to the picture in the linked wikipedia article). To rule out the small chance, that it might be something else but okra.
    – Silent-Bob
    Apr 22 at 6:29
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This is okra, you can use it to cook gumbo or make fried okra.

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    This doesn't seem to add anything useful to the already existing, accepted answer.
    – Dan Mašek
    Apr 18 at 16:15
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It's lady's fingers, or just ocra/okra. Here you find more about this plant. Don't boil it too long, because it loses all the nutrients.

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    I've never seen the spelling "ocra" - to me that's an acronym for "Optical Character Recognition Algorithm", but maybe that's just domain-specific. Apr 19 at 18:19

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