- This is a wild berry that grows on the bushes in the Thar. Ker is a green berry-like fruit of a thorny bush found in the arid part of Rajasthan. Vegetables are highly beneficial food for the maintenance of health and prevention of diseases.
- Ker is plentiful in minerals, for example, potassium, magnesium, calcium, zinc, and iron. They are a decent wellspring of protein and dietary fiber. It is very sour and is generally accessible during the long stretches of April and May. Dried ker are produced by harvesting the pod’s then they are fully mature and then drying them. Once they are dried and the skins removed, they may split naturally.
- Regardless of packaging, check the ker as most ideal to guarantee that they are not broken and that they are liberated from the garbage.
- Dried Kair should be absorbed cold water for any event 6-8 hours before cooking.