Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Jakarta - Indonesia
Ipomoea aquatica, aka "Kangkung" or "Kangkong" is an aquatic plant which grows in wet lands, slow flowing rivers, lakes, partially submerged. Locally in southeast asia is eaten as regular vegetable, cooked in steamboats, hotplates, stir fried with anchovy sauce or shrimp paste. Speaking of which I'm planning to have a kangkung blacan tonight.
Arowanas got eaten locally in rural borneo.
L aromatica? I have not tried it yet but will do sometime soon. Pennywort? I have some growing inside my tank and will try out how it taste.