Imifino refer to wild spinach-like greens or to wild growing herbaceous plants that are collected and cooked as pot-herbs in South Africa. Some tribes eat Imifino with hot chilis for a more tasty vegetable dish. Moreover, Imifino is also fried up with onion, spices and perhaps a bit of chilli, and usually served with Pap or Putu Greens refer to any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables.

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