Food We Eat : List of Edible Seaweeds

Arame (Eisenia bicyclis, syn. Ecklonia bicyclis), sea oak is a species of kelp best known for its use in Japanese cuisine. Badderlocks (Alaria esculenta) Alaria esculenta is an edible seaweed, also known as dabberlocks or badderlocks, or winged kelp. It is a traditional food along the coasts of the far north Atlantic Ocean. It may… Continue Reading →

Food We Eat : List of Varieties of Mangoes

Worldwide, hundreds of mango cultivars exist. In mango orchards, multiple cultivars are often grown together to improve cross-pollination. Two of the most important cultivars are the Chaunsa, which is particularly common in Pakistan, and the Tommy Atkins, which dominates the world export trade because it can be easily transported and has a good shelf-life, although… Continue Reading →

Food We Eat : List of Edible Seeds (Gallery)

This list of edible seeds includes seeds that are directly foodstuffs, rather than yielding derived products. A variety of species can provide edible seeds. Of the six major plant parts, seeds are the dominant source of human calories and protein.Most edible seeds are angiosperms, but a few are gymnosperms. The most important global seed food source, by weight, is cereals, followed by… Continue Reading →

Food We Eat : Top 50 Vegetarian Foods

Here are the delicious top 50 Vegetarian foods from across the world. Hope this makes you hungry 🙂 Eat Well Live Well.  Which is your favourite among these? or any other food? Please comment below… Courtesy : www.sbs.com.au ( You can learn how to cook all these foods from this website)

Food We Eat : List of Native Fruits of Africa

The Slideshow below has the list of Native Fruits of Africa (42) Ackee African cherry orange African custard-apple African mango African medlar African moringa African peach Aizen Balsam apple Calabash Coco de mer Coffee Deleb palm Desert date Gemsbok cucumber Gingerbread plum Governor’s plum Horned melon Imbe Indian jujube Jackalberry Junglesop Kei apple Marula Mazhanje/Sugar… Continue Reading →

Up ↑