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Bitter melon enlists a neighborhood

By Kimberly W. Moy
Globe Correspondent / July 20, 2005

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So you thought broccoli had a bad rap. Andi Sutton probably has one of the hardest food publicity jobs around -- promoting bitter melon. With its grooved, gourd-like appearance, bright green color, seeded flesh, and yes, very bitter taste, the melons are loved by some, and simply too weird for others. (Full article: 844 words)

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