Edible mangroves

Updated: Mar 23

Red mangroves have edible fruits, but they're quite bitter apparently. You can dry their leaves to make tea, too. The bark can be used for making natural dyes; they give red, olive, brown, or slate colors depending on the soaking agent used

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