Definition of angled loofah
- Angled loofah looks odd, almost inedible—like a long, skinny gourd with razor-thin ridges—but once you peel, slice, and pickle it, the slightly spongy texture and zucchini-like flavor will take to your burger quite nicely.
- —Kemp Minifie, Gourmet, February 2003
- Angled loofah is cultivated in India, tropical Asia, and parts of the Caribbean …
- —Derek B. Munro and Ernest Small, Vegetables of Canada, 1997