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12 Fruits And Veggies You Didn’t Know Grew Like That

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The beautiful almonds, the creamy avocados, and those aromatic cinnamon sticks, how do they grow in a farm? You will not believe how these 12 foods look like before hitting the supermarket:

1. Asparagus

1-Asparagus

Asparagus grows straight out of the ground.

2. Eggplants

2-Eggplants

Eggplants, technically berries, grow on low plants.

3. Peanuts

3-Peanuts

Peanuts grow underground. Also, they look hairy.

4. Cashews

4-Cashews

Cashews grow out of apple-like fruits and have toxic shells, a reason why you’ll never see them with shells at the store.

5. Artichokes

5-Artichokes

Artichokes are technically flowers. The part we eat is the bud of the flower.

6. Pineapples

6-Pineapples

Pineapples grow in the middle of bushy plants.

7. Avocados

7-Avocados

Avocados grow in clusters on big trees.

8. Kiwis

8-Kiwis

Kiwis grow on vines.

9. Almonds

9-Almonds

Almonds are seeds of the tree they grow on. These nuts grow in woody shells.

10. Ginger

10-Ginger

Ginger is the root of its plant.

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CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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