Heya el molokheia betet2ma3 ?


This was an innocent question by whirlpool in Alaa's birthday last Thursday.
I was the first one to laugh, Damn good.
To those unaware, molokheia is an Egyptian food, We cook the green leaves of a plant, I don't know what is it called in English, But i know the Latin name "Corchorus alitorius"!
Tet2ama3 is a process done on Okra before cooking, Which means "To cut the stemm end off the pod"
So simply we can translate it to: Do you cut the stem end off the molokheia leaves ? Which very funny if you ask me ;-)

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