Such a blessing to have access to vegetables from Borneo! Having visited the capitals of Sabah and Sarawak a few times, it always amazes me to see and taste what kinds of abundance their fertile soils come up with.
My fresh local produce supplier pitched these to me on my last visit to his shop and I was sold: Sabah Leek and Sarawak ‘Midin’ (he explained it as a type of wild fern foraged from mangrove swamps). I brought them home and they began to wilt barely a day after, so I had to cook them real quick. Full of texture, and when I say texture I mean roughage (not a bad thing)!
Served them together with brown rice and Hericium Rendang bought from @omg_ooimeatlessgrocer. The veggies were of course a little pricier to buy compared to buying them in Borneo itself, but worth were a refreshing change from the options we normally buy at the market, and to support traditional earth-respecting farm practices in East Malaysia too.