PHI Group Partners with TNB JSC, a Vietnamese Company Specializing in Forest Bitter Melon
Forest Bitter Melon (Khổ Qua Rừng) has another name is Boh Pan (Ê Đê name). This fruit is considered as one Traditional Vietnamese Food. It is an annual herbaceous vine, small grow wild, and live commonly in mountainous and midland. The leaf is similar with annual melon; however the fruit is small like a finger and has a bitter flavor. Trees are often found growing in open forest areas, most are on the new burning clean milpa.
Forest bitter melon are used widely as a vegetable, however there is no one plant it at their home’s garden. They just collect them on the upland field for the additional daily meals when are on spare time. This fruit can be processed for cooking soup, stir fry. If you are invited this Traditional Vietnamese Food when you come Dak Lak’s home, it means that you are your best visitors.