Fruits and Vegetables


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  1. Butternut Squash

    Butternut Squash is a variety of Winter Squash that produces 10 to 12 inches of oblong fruit.

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  2. Cush-Cush Yam

    The cush-cush tubers themselves are also called “yams”, having numerous cultivars and related species.

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  3. Ginger

    Ginger is an ancient spice with powerful anti-inflammatory properties and is one of the most commonly consumed dietary condiments in the world.

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  4. Hard Yam

    Yams are perennial herbaceous vines cultivated for the consumption of their starchy tubers in many temperate and tropical world regions.

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  5. Hass Avocado

    The Hass avocado is a large-sized fruit weighing 200 to 300 grams. When ripe, the skin becomes a dark purplish-black and yields to gentle pressure.

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  6. Kabocha Squash

    Behind the dark green bark, the fruit hides a stiff, orange-colored interior, full of seeds entangled with its fibrous pulp.

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  7. Palmer Mango

    The Palmer mango is a large, commercially grown late-season mango cultivar that originated in south Florida.

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  8. Red Moon Mango

    The Red Moon Mango is small, delicately shaped, with skin that ripens to a golden yellow and its flesh is velvety smooth with almost no fibrous texture and with a wafer-thin pit.

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  9. Sweet Potato

    A red/pink vegetable that looks like a potato and has white flesh and a sweet taste.

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  10. Tommy Atkins Mango

    Tommy Atkins mangoes are medium to large fruits with an oval or oblong shape and dark red-blushed skins, with green and orange or yellow highlights.

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