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The fruits of apple trees can be of a small, medium, sometimes large, flat-round shape or they can be slightly conical and asymmetric. The apple peel has a bright yellow and green colour with numerous subcutaneous bright spots. The pulp is white, delicate, very juicy with wine-sweet taste and aroma.
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The consumption of beans has a sugar-lowering, cholesterol-lowering and antimicrobial effect on the body. Now beans take the second place in the world among legumes and is very beloved by people of all ages and countries.$4.00
Blackberries are eaten fresh, and jams are made from them as well as wine and liquors. Eating blackberries is popular in cooking. It makes excellent desserts – pies, ice cream, muffins, rolls and pancakes with blackberry filling, as well as all kinds of drinks, including alcoholic, syrups, tinctures.$6.00
The cultivation area of blueberries is the temperate and cold zones of the Northern Hemisphere. Blueberry bushes are extremely tenacious – their age can reach 100 years. The size of the berries is about 1.2 cm. They have a dark blue color with smoky spraying. Blueberries are actively used both in cooking and in pharmacology.
Broccoli is a unique product. There is more protein in it than in beef, and its quality is in no way inferior to a protein of animal origin. At the same time, the value of broccoli protein increases due to the content of substances that prevent the accumulation of cholesterol in the human body.$3.00
Cauliflower is one of the most popular subspecies of garden cabbage. In this cabbage an inflorescence is edible. Cauliflower is a very popular product and is grown all over the world. It is the most cultivated cabbage after the white cabbage.$1.75
Cherry belongs to the plum family, it is a small tree or shrub with stone berries. The most famous species is “bird cherry” or the so-called sweet cherry, that is very loved in all of Europe. The first cherry trees came to the territory of Rome from Asia.
Beans are the oldest product that originated from America, it came to Europe along with the ships of Christopher Columbus. Nowadays, hundreds of varieties of beans grow on all continents of the world. These legumes are seen in the territory of almost each country.