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This vegetable growing in India is in great demand abroad, the price is 30 thousand rupees per kg

Do you know what is the most expensive vegetable in the country and in the world. 
India's most expensive vegetables come from the Himalayas. This vegetable from India is in great demand all over the world. If you want to buy a kilo of these vegetables, you may have to spend 30 thousand rupees. Cooking these vegetables takes a lot of effort. Eating it does not cause any heart disease. Apart from this, these vegetables provide many other types of nutrition to the body. It is a kind of multi-vitamin natural pill.

The name of this vegetable is Guchchi. It is a species of wild mushroom found in the Himalayas. Its market price is 25 to 30 thousand rupees per kg. Dried fruits, vegetables and desi ghee are used to make this vegetable called Gucci. It is a rare vegetable in India, which is also in demand abroad. People jokingly say that if you want to eat these vegetables, you may have to take a loan from a bank.

Regular use of bunches in delicious dishes never causes heart disease. People suffering from heart disease benefit if they take a small amount of this vegetable every day. It is brought from the mountains of the Himalayas and dried. After this, it is sold in the market. It comes with a variety of quality vegetables.

Gucci’s scientific name is Markula Escalpenta. They are also commonly called mortals. It is also called sponge mushroom. It is a species of mushroom that belongs to the Morsella family. It is mostly grown in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir. It often grows on its own in the rainy season. But it takes many months to gather enough. Because going up the mountain and endangering the life of these vegetables increases its price.

The bunches are stored in the rain and dried. Then it is used more in winter. People from America, Europe, France, Italy and Switzerland love Kullu's bunch. Bundles are rich in vitamins B, D, C and K. These vegetables have more nutrients.

Naturally growing clusters are found in the forest between February and April. Big companies and hotels buy it together. For this reason, people living in these areas camp in the forests during the season and collect bunches. Big companies buy from these people in bulk at Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 per kg. It is sold in the market at a price of 25 to 30 thousand rupees per kg.

Scientists studying this vegetable say that even mountain people do not go to collect bunches in a normal way, as it is not certain that the bunches will grow back to where they once grew. Sometimes it grows at a straight height. Or in the deep valleys, sometimes in the mountains there is a place where it is impossible to go.

Legend has it that when there is a storm on the mountains and lightning strikes, the bunch of crops is ready. However, this vegetable also grows in the Hindu Kush mountains of Pakistan. The people of Pakistan also dry it and sell it abroad. Overseas Gucci is known as the best mushroom in the world.

Most people get to eat dry bunches. So it does not experience the taste and sponge that is eaten freshly. When the people of Kashmir cook Gucci with fresh spices, it tastes better. Gucci Kebab is very popular in restaurants all over the world. Not only that, people also make sweets. When you taste its sweet stick-like musk, it is a different pleasure.

Gucci risotto is also made. In Kashmir it is called Battakuch. There is also information that some akhadas in Simhastha Kumbh make bunches of vegetables in their bhandara for a day or a few days. On the day when this happens, there is a huge crowd of people eating prasad in that akhada of sadhu saints.

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