tagābangna jute plant, leafCorchorus olitoriusKung 'ang babāyi naman hay bag'ung 'unga' 'ang ginabāwal naman 'ini nga manga pagkā'un hay 'ina' 'ang manga madayūnut parīhu nang gābi, bundu', 'ūbi kag tagābang.If a woman has just given birth, foods which are forbidden are those slippery foods such as taro, yautia, greater yam and jute.The leaves, when cooked, are slimy and sticky. Eaten as a green vegetable.

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