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I've been boiling frozen okra briefly in bone broth soup and then adding ghee and salt and I really like it.  Even my toddler likes it!  He even came up to me and asked for more.  Sometimes for a change in taste, I add sesame oil instead of ghee.

I find that when I buy fresh okra and cook it, I often overcook it or undercook it and sometimes yes, it does have that woody piece and I have to spit it out.  The frozen okra is always the same and I don't have to worry about it.
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