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:
Asparagus grows straight out of the ground.
Eggplants, technically berries, grow on low plants.
Peanuts grow underground. Also, they look hairy.
Cashews grow out of apple-like fruits and have toxic shells, a reason why you’ll never see them with shells at the store.
Artichokes are technically flowers. The part we eat is the bud of the flower.
Pineapples grow in the middle of bushy plants.
Avocados grow in clusters on big trees.
Kiwis grow on vines.
Almonds are seeds of the tree they grow on. These nuts grow in woody shells.
Ginger is the root of its plant.
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