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Bitter melon is a favorite in Asian and Southeast Asian cooking. It can be stuffed with pork or shrimp and steamed or pickled or served with meat or soup.
Bitter melons are a bitter and mouth-puckering taste-something like an acquired taste of grapefruit or very dark chocolate.
The bitter melon is a member of the Cucurbitaceae family, which includes squash, watermelon, muskmelon, and cucumbers. Bitter melon can be grown to cucumbers or cantaloupes, but they are a subtropical plant and require at least three to four months of warm and humid weather to mature.
Bitter melon is a vining plant. It has deeply lobed leaves and grows in a fashion similar to squash, cucumbers, and watermelon producing vines 13 to 16 feet long if left unpruned. Fruits are oblong and either smooth or warty, usually about 8 inches (20 cm) long but fruits can vary in length between 2 and 10 inches (5-25 cm) long. The fruit shifts in color from yellow to orange as it ripens and over-ripens. The flesh has a watery, crunchy texture, similar to a cucumber.

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