Introducing Kesel Muwa (Banana Blossom) to Baby

I was looking to give Ahalya Banana Blossom or Kesel Muwa this week, but since I haven’t still removed my stitches, I was a little apprehensive about preparing it for her. That’s when I came across packaged banana flower, cleaned, chopped and ready for cooking.
So, I bought a pack and used it when making her lunch today. It was her 76th ingredient to try.
Banana flowers contain vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. They are also a great source of potassium, magnesium, copper, iron and dietary fibers. Due to their nutrients, banana blossoms are known to ward off infections, reduce free radical activity, prevent anemia and diabetes, and promote gastrointestinal health.

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