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Chicken Dance

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Chicken Dance

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Cabbage

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Cabbage

Cabbage- the leaves of red cabbages are smooth and tightly fitted into the head, while some green cabbages have loose, darker outer leaves that can vary from smooth to curly. Red cabbages are round; green varieties and can be round or elongated. Cabbage can be used in many dishes, such as salads, soups and casseroles, […]

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Leeks

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Leeks

Leeks- have tender and sweet white bottoms (along with the light green parts). When used as aromatic, they do their job well, contributing a subtle onion flavor and then melting nicely into the background flavors of a dish. You may not even notice them. But sometimes leeks get a much-deserved starring role, in which case […]

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Plums

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Plums

Plums- are juicy and delicious fruits. Plums exist in diverse colors and shapes. Along with the hand-picked fresh varieties, plums can also be dried or canned. Plums can be used to make Pies, Cobblers and Crisps; they can even be made into Jams, and used in Sorbets, or even as a Sauce for Culinary dish.

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Peaches

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Peaches

Peaches- are sweet, juicy and good for you. This classic summer fruit is also surprisingly versatile. They can be a real treat when the weather is scorching hot out, and can be a real refresher in the end. They can be added to salads or used in cocktails, desserts, jams, jellies and other recipes such […]

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Spinach

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Spinach

Spinach – one of the wonderful green-leafy vegetables that is often recognized as one of the functional foods for its wholesome nutritional, antioxidants and anti-cancer composition. Its tender, crispy, dark-green leaves are one of the favorite ingredients of chefs all around the planet. Wash leaves in cold water before use. Gently pat them dry using […]

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Turnips

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Turnips

TURNIPS – nutritious root vegetables. Baby turnips feature delicate, sweeter taste and can be eaten raw in salads. However, as they advance in size and maturity, their flavor becomes more pronounced and the texture turns firm and woody. Young turnips are one of the favored items in raw salads for their sweet taste, complementing with […]

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Watermelon

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Watermelon

FACTS: Watermelons are juicy and refreshing fruit. They have an extremely high water content, which gives the flesh a juicy and thirst-crunching texture while still also subtly crunchy. The flesh can be sliced, cubed or scooped into balls. Watermelons can make a wonderful addition to a fruit salad.

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Parsnips

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Parsnips

FACTS: Parsnips are a starchy root vegetable related to carrots and are similar in shape. They have a cream colored exterior and a white interior. Parsnips have a distinctive earthy taste. They can be boiled, roasted or used in stews, soups and casseroles.

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Eggplant

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Eggplant

FACTS: Eggplant is actually a fruit. It is low in fat protein and carbohydrates. It can be used as a meat substitute in vegan and vegetarian cuisine dishes. Eggplant can be prepared by baking it, fried, grilled, roasted or sautéed. The flesh discolors quickly, cut just before using. When cutting or chopping it, use a […]

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