Waluh

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Waluh (Cucurbita) includes a group of vines of members of the labu-labuan tribe (Cucurbitaceae) producing the same large-sized fruit consumption. This plant originated in the Americas, but is now spreading in many places with warm climates.


Waluh includes several species belonging to the genus Cucurbita, namely C. argyrosperma, C. maxima, C. moschata, and C. pepo. In some local sense in Indonesia, waluh is referred to as "pumpkin" only, although in fact the flask includes a wider group of plants, such as water gourd, snake pumpkin, squash, and beligo.

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Waluh is distinguished from other gourds because its edible fruits are ripe (usually orange), relatively large in size, round to oval with clear-cut leaves, and hard-skinned. The notion of waluh is somewhat similar to that of pumpkin and some squash in English.


The oranges are orange because they contain beta-carotene (one of provitamin A and also as an antioxidant). If cut, this fruit has a star-like, large-seeded and brown or white-like cross section. The flesh is crisp, sweet and slightly sour. Young waluh leaves can also be made as a vegetable.
Waluh (Cucurbita) includes a group of vines of members of the labu-labuan tribe (Cucurbitaceae) producing the same large-sized fruit consumption. This plant originated in the Americas, but is now spreading in many places with warm climates.


Waluh includes several species belonging to the genus Cucurbita, namely C. argyrosperma, C. maxima, C. moschata, and C. pepo. In some local sense in Indonesia, waluh is referred to as "pumpkin" only, although in fact the flask includes a wider group of plants, such as water gourd, snake pumpkin, squash, and beligo.


Waluh is distinguished from other gourds because its edible fruits are ripe (usually orange), relatively large in size, round to oval with clear-cut leaves, and hard-skinned. The notion of waluh is somewhat similar to that of pumpkin and some squash in English.

waluh-www.healthnote25.com
waluh - www.healthnote25.com


The oranges are orange because they contain beta-carotene (one of provitamin A and also as an antioxidant). If cut, this fruit has a star-like, large-seeded and brown or white-like cross section. The flesh is crisp, sweet and slightly sour. Young waluh leaves can also be made as a vegetable.

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