What is it called in different languages?
English: jute leaves
Telugu: perinta kura
Hindi: pat saag
Malayalam: chanchedi
Tamil: punaku/ peratti
Bengali: bhungipat

About jute leaves: The scientific name of jute is Corchorus olitorius. Jute leaves are used as a food source in Asia, The Middle East, and some parts of Africa. The other common names of jute leaves are saluyot, stews, and sauces. Jute leaves are a rich source of vitamin A, C and E, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and dietary fibers. These leaves have anti-inflammatory properties, which may prevent conditions like arthritis, acne, asthma, cold. Jute leaves have a slightly bitter taste.

– Protects eye health
– Supports skin health
– Promotes cell growth
– Reduces cholesterol levels in body
– Maintains healthy teeth
– Fights against cold and flu
– Gives you healthy hair

– You can make snacks –https://youtu.be/1up1QEwCwLc
– Can make soup –https://youtu.be/LOqJap3iQfw
– You can make fry –https://youtu.be/udoq7oE8j04
– Can make chutney