19 July 2008


We consume a lot of fruits and vegetables - in salad as a complement to most meals.   Bought 2 big guavas to eat with sweet-salty plum powder and to use some for salad.

Cut tomatoes and guava into slim wedges.   Cut away the seeds from the guava.  Mix the fruits with a dash of pepper and salt, add in preserved olive leaves and mustard sauce.   Mix thoroughly and refrigerate until ready to serve.

Guava is a valuable source of vitamins A, B & C, nicotine acid, phosphorous, potassium, iron, folate and is high in fibre.  Most of guava sold in Singapore is normally the ones with white flesh and those with pink flesh is hard to come by (very fragrance and sweet).

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