Basil was known as the herb of kings in
ancient times. In fact, its name may have been derived from the
Greek word basileus, meaning "king".
The Common bean or haricot, although
commonly known as a "vegetable", is actually a fruit, because it
develops from a plant ovary and houses seeds.
Coriander is cultivated for its seeds that
have a fragrant aroma and a warm aromatic nutty taste similar to
a combination of lemon peel and sage.
The Chili is a member of the Capsicum
family and is available in many different varieties from mild to
Parsley leaves were used by the ancient
Greeks and Romans as a flavoring and garnish for foods. Used
fresh or dried it has a mildly aromatic flavor.
Peanuts are nutritious and high in energy
protein and minerals. The seeds contain 40 to 50 percent oil and
20 to 30 percent protein.
The pineapple fruit develops from many
smaller berries fusing together, it originally came from Brazil,
Bolivia, and Paraguay.
usually eaten raw or sometimes steamed, the
raw flesh of the radish has a crisp texture and a peppery
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