This greenish-yellow vegetable has a distinctive sour flavour which lends itself well to many culinary uses. You can eat is sliced or dice or even make spicy pickles and candies. Grate some into your fresh bowl of salad or crush to make amla juice with a dash of honey to make the bitterness palatable!
Though amla gives the most of its nutritional benefits when eaten raw, it also is a favourite ingredient for making pickles and juices too.
Amla tends to stay fresh in the refridgerator when stored in a shallow container, wrapped in plastic. However, wash them right before eating as excessive moisture can lead to decaying.