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Why do our fruits and vegetables die out?

Why do our fruits and vegetables die out?

Many of our plants of cereals, fruits, vegetables, legumes, vegetables, etc., have been dying out in a rush since the early twentieth century. Perhaps the fact of having no eyes, no hair, no legs, no plant species allow little heart to reach consumers as they have done with pandas, Iberian lynxes, tigers, Asian elephants, whales, Read more…

Learn the properties of fruits and vegetables by their color

Learn the properties of fruits and vegetables by their color

Green I want you green, green wind, green branches … Surely, the poet knew that the green the wise olives wore nourished his poetry and his entire existence, in the same way that the green beans is indicative of a type of nutrients, and the red of the tomatoes, etc. And, as we advance in Read more…

Lettuce: Green vitamins

Lettuce: Green vitamins

Lettuce is a vegetable consumed worldwide and whose cultivation has spread dramatically. It is not clear, however, where it hails from as some researchers put its point of departure in India while others note the Mediterranean basin, which is the option the majority of scholars agree with. The Persians supported the extension of lettuce by Read more…

Potato: The most universal tuber

Potato: The most universal tuber

To say that potato is the most consumed food in the world would be a bit risky. But admitting that its presence is required in any kitchen, it would be so bold an assertion. We just have to think about the myriad of dishes that have it as an ingredient. Its universality is supported by Read more…

Salads of all kinds: Healthy and refreshing

Salads of all kinds: Healthy and refreshing

Now when it’s hot outside, there is nothing better to cool off with one of the healthier, nutritious and rich dishes. We’re talking about salads, ideal as a starter, a meal or a light dinner. The advantage they have is that they can have a few ingredients (just a little tomato and tuna), or a Read more…

Bell pepper: The kitchen essential

Bell pepper: The kitchen essential

Hailing from South America, the pepper is crowned as one of the essential ingredients of the Mediterranean diet. Its aroma, texture and versatility in cooking have led to become one of the great essential in our traditional recipes. From salads, stews to rice and side dishes of meat and fish, pepper gives the dish a Read more…

Cauliflower: An edible flower

Cauliflower: An edible flower

Vegetables are a fundamental element of the food pyramid and cauliflower is a healthy alternative that we consider in our daily diet. Within the group of cabbages, cauliflower is one of the most consumed worldwide. The edible part is the portion of tassel – the flower part – that is white or cream, depending on Read more…

Eggplant

Eggplant

Hi everyone in this note I want to tell about Eggplant, whose scientific name is Solanum melongena, originally from India, its name in Persian is badindjan. Persian is actually Arabic and during the occupation of Spain by Moors it came into Spanish, then with the discovery of the New World and land invasion it came Read more…