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The beautiful bloom of the locally called in Jamaica, Susumba Plant, is a distant relative of the squash and tomato plant. It is both relished and hated by some as a delicacy. Its green, bitter-ish beans are most favorably used in the local dish called "run dung," because it is cooked for a long time, and is simmered down to a custardy stew in coconut milk on the Jamaican countryside. Jamaica, 2008
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The beautiful bloom of the locally called in Jamaica, Susumba Plant, is a distant relative of the squash and tomato plant. It is both relished and hated by some as a delicacy. Its green, bitter-ish beans are most favorably used in the local dish called "run dung," because it is cooked for a long time, and is simmered down to a custardy stew in coconut milk on the Jamaican countryside. Jamaica, 2008