luffa or loofah

– Loofah has a mild sweet taste, and are very juicy. The inside of theloofah is white, soft almost like cotton, they don’t feel watery at all, but when cooked all the liquid would fill the pan! To make this dish, all I need to do is peel the skin, slice them, and throw them in a pan (sometimes with oil and sometimes ….



A study from the Journal of Clinical Microbiologyfound that loofahs host a wide range of bacterial species, and they can spring up as fast as overnight. To avoid any bacteria, yeast, or mold growth, you’ll want to skip the loofah or make sure you’re changing it out very frequently.