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Katie Vang

I am Hmong and have been making this drink/dessert to accompany meals all my life. In my experience, the flesh is much easier to scrape out with a spoon than a fork. We also put the cucumber flesh w/ juice in sandwich-sized freezer bags and store them in the freezer so we can enjoy it year-round. Defrost first before adding ingredients. The amount of each ingredients used depends on preference - my parents and grandparents prefer plain while we younger generations prefer a sweeter drink. Happy drinking! :D

H. Mark Delman

Hi Katie:

Thanks for sharing these tips. The Hmong Red produces lots of cucumbers and its nice to know how to store it for future use.

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