21 Sep How Kangkong Can Kill You
JUAN SAYS: Should we say goodbye to sinigang? Science has a way of being the KJ of our lives. Just when we thought that we can come home to that homey sour broth prepared by our mothers this weekend, science tells us that Kangkang can kill us.
Recent studies show that Kangkong belongs to the noxious weed category. These are weeds that grow in habitats without too much care for it to grow. They aggressively multiply without control and could display adverse effects through contact and ingestion.
Changing may contain Fasciolopis busk, a large parasitic intestinal fluke that can be found as larval cysts laid on this vegetable. Science got us at “larval,” just imagine that.
Kangkong is best served when cooked well. So boil and fry with all your might! Now are we still having sinigang for the weekend?