Baby Corn
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Baby Corn

A miniature version of the corn plant, it’s very popular in Thai and Chinese cooking. Baby corn is taken from corn when its very small and immature. It…

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Avocado
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Avocado

Avocado is a large berry which contains only one seed. The avocado tree is native to Central Mexico. It is a pear shaped fruit which is about 7…

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Eggplant
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Eggplant

Also known as Brinjal or Aubergine. Botanically it is a fruit which is widely used in Indian cuisine. Infact it is native to the Indian subcontinent. It is…

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Asparagus
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Asparagus

It is a young shoot of a plant that is green and white in color, commonly used in European cooking. It is a spring vegetable. Only the young…

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Artichoke
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Artichoke

Artichoke is actually a flower of a plant called Cynara and is mostly consumed in the winter. It is not produced in India but is very common in…

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Colocasia
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Colocasia

Arbi or Taro, is thought to be the oldest cultivated plant in the world, being cultivated in Asia for more than ten thousand years. They are herbaceous perennial…

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Potatoes
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Potatoes

Potato, a starchy crop, is considered as the world’s favorite root crop. It is the swollen portion of the underground stem. It is a versatile vegetable all over…

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Ginger
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Ginger

Ginger is the root of a Southeast Asian plant, known its pungent flavor and spicy aroma. Ginger plant also produces yellow flowers that have great aesthetic value. As…

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Corn
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Corn

Corn is another name for maize. Corn is used all over the world in different forms, eaten cooked or raw. It is a cereal grain. They are bright…

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Shiitake Mushroom
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Shiitake Mushroom

Shiitake mushroom is an edible mushroom native to East Asia. It is a type of Chinese mushroom and is heavily consumed in China. They are not just consumed…

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