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Celeriac

noun

1. Celeriac is a root vegetable with a bulbous hypocotyl. In the Mediterranean Basin and in Northern Europe, celeriac grows wild and is widely cultivated. It is also cultivated in North Africa, Siberia, Southwest Asia, and North America. In North America, the Diamant cultivar predominates. Celeriac originated in the Mediterranean Basin.
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Leeks

“Le poireau, c’est l’asperge du pauvre. (The leek is the asparagus of the poor.)”

-Thibault Crainquebille
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Pecans

“Our old pecan trees that had been in the playground forever are gone. The nuns used to pick up pecans and make cookies for the kids.”

-Beverly Brannon
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Mustard Greens

noun

1. green foliage of several mustard-type plants, used in salads.
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Acorn Squash

noun

1. Acorn Squash is a winter squash with distinctive longitudinal ridges and sweet, yellow-orange flesh. Although considered a winter squash, acorn squash belongs to the same species as all summer squashes
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Delicata Squash

noun

1. Delicata Squash is a winter squash with distinctive longitudinal dark green stripes on a yellow or cream colored background and sweet, orange-yellow flesh. It is also known as the peanut squash, Bohemian squash, or sweet potato squash. Although considered a winter squash, delicata squash belongs to the same species as all types of summer squash.
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Mint

The world is like a little marsh filled with mint and white hawthorn.

-Mary Maclane
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Pomegranate

“…thy temples are like a piece of a pomegranate within thy locks. Thy neck is like the tower of David builded for an armoury, whereon there hang a thousand bucklers, all shields of mighty men.”

-Song of Solomon 4:1-7
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Edamame

noun

1. is a preparation of immature soybeans in the pod commonly found in Japan, China, and Hawaii. The pods are boiled in water together with condiments such as salt, and served whole.
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Eggs

“If you’ve broken the eggs, you should make the omelette.”

-Anthony Eden