Romanesco

Belongs to the family of cruciferous or brasicaceae, along with cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower... It is an inflorescence incapable of producing true flowers.

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Kale

Kale is a leafy green vegetable, which seems to be a mix between lettuce and broccoli. It is native to Asia Minor and has always

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Cherry

The cherry is the fruit of the cherry tree, a fruit tree that comes from Southeast Europe and West Asia. It usually thrives better in

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Broccoli

Herbaceous plant of the family of Crucíferas formed by short stem, erect, culminated in multiple inflorescences.

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Apricot

Fruit of the apricot tree, tree of the family Rosaceae, rounded, with yellow-orange skin and reddish hues. Juicy meat and sweet taste.

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Peach

Despite its name, the peach does not come from Persia, but from Northern China, where it was already known in the third millennium BC.

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Nectarine

In fact it is the same botanical species as the peach, although it has unique characteristics. Nectarines have smooth, shiny skin and (no peach like

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Pointed Cabbage

Common cabbage, scientifically called Brassica oleracea var viridis belongs to the cruciferous family. Cabbage is a green, fresh and seasonal vegetable.

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Cauliflower

The flower forms a pella, which is the edible part. In these plants the inflorescence is hypertrophied, forming a mass of petioles and leafy buds.

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Bellaverde

Bellaverde means, in Italian, "beautiful green" and it is there, in the region of Calabria in Italy where it has its origin and, due to

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