Vegetables

What is the difference between a fruit and a vegetable?
The fruit is the edible organ of flowering plants,
which contains the seeds and succeeds the flower.
The vegetable is the part of a vegetable that is consumed.
It can be the stem, bulb, leaf, tuber, germ or root of the plant.
This is why we can say that all fruits are vegetables,
but that ...

What is the difference between a fruit and a vegetable?
The fruit is the edible organ of flowering plants,
which contains the seeds and succeeds the flower.
The vegetable is the part of a vegetable that is consumed.
It can be the stem, bulb, leaf, tuber, germ or root of the plant.
This is why we can say that all fruits are vegetables,
but that all vegetables are not fruits.

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    Did you know ? The Jack-o'-Lantern pumpkins traditionally lit during the night Halloween, were originally turnips. Tradition turnip comes from a Irish tale and was replaced by the famous orange gourd in the nineteenth.

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    Would you believe him ? Albert the Great, famous alchemist of the thirteenth century said that the radish juice mixed with psyllium seeds and egg white, rendered insensible to fire ... needless to try at home!

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    Did you know? Everybody knows red beetroot, but much less his cousin the white beet grown for sugar production.

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    Did you know? The burning sensation that we feel when eating chili is due to capsaicin, a chemical fat soluble. It means it can dissolve in lipids. So next time drink milk...

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    Did you know? The popular expression has it that eating carrots makes pink buttocks. This is true, beta-carotene can give a pink/orange skin.

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    Did you know ? The green peas is the origin of the first law of genetics with the Austrian monk Mendel who made green peas plant crossing to record changes in size, shape and color of the delicious green balls.

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    Did you know? Rabbits can eat amanita phalloides without any risk, as they are deadly for the man.

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    Did you know? Do not throw away the radish tops. They are delicious in soups, salads or even fried.

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    Did you know? The Roman emperor Nero was nicknamed "porrofage" because every day he consumed leek broth to soften its vocal cords.

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    Did you know? There are corn whose grains are multicolored. Unfortunately transformed into popcorn, they lose their rainbow color :( 

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    Did you know ? Among the Greeks, the radish was dedicated to Apollo. The god sometimes received golden radishes as offerings. 

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    Did you know ? Everyone does not hate turnip! It is highly appreciate in United Kingdom, it is even the vegetable symbol of Scotland. 

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    Did you know ? In France avocado is more often eaten plain or salty. But in Madagascar and Brazil, the fruit goes into the composition of desserts or is tasted with a little sugar.

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    Did you know ? All mushrooms are boletus, but not the other way around! Of the 100 species of boletus identified, only 4 are cepes.• The cep of Bordeaux is the most famous of them.• Blackcap has a stronger flavor, a firmer texture.• Pine cep: harvests in September.• Summer boletus is harvested from May.

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    Did you know ? The largest edible mushroom was discovered in 1990 in Great Britain. He weighed 45.35kg! What a mega big pan fried!

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    Did you know ? A mushroom is at the base of the discovery of penicillin. In 1928 Dr. Fleming made a tremendous discovery. On returning from vacation, he noticed that these works were contaminated by a microscopic mushroom: "Penicillium notatum".

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    Did you know ? Mushrooms feed on fats and carbohydrates, like animals and not starch like vegetables. Some fungi feed either by breaking down organic substances or by absorbing nutrients from other living organisms that they parasitize. This is the reason why it belongs to the fungal kingdom and not plants.

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    Would you believe him ? Albert the Great, famous alchemist of the thirteenth century said that the radish juice mixed with psyllium seeds and egg white, rendered insensible to fire ... needless to try at home!

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    Did you know ? Too good the golden ball fries! Its golden yellow color encloses a sweet chair, along with the bitterness of pink turnip. This is an original choice accompanimentt.

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    Did you know ? In France avocado is more often eaten plain or salty. But in Madagascar and Brazil, the fruit goes into the composition of desserts or is tasted with a little sugar.

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    Did you know ? Creation of the Romans, broccoli was developed from the finest specimens of wild cabbage; it is even the intermediate step before the discovery of cauliflower.

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    Did you know? The popular expression has it that eating carrots makes pink buttocks. This is true, beta-carotene can give a pink/orange skin.

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    Did you know ? The Jack-o'-Lantern pumpkins traditionally lit during the night Halloween, were originally turnips. Tradition turnip comes from a Irish tale and was replaced by the famous orange gourd in the nineteenth.

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    Did you know ? The Jack-o'-Lantern pumpkins traditionally lit during the night Halloween, were originally turnips. Tradition turnip comes from a Irish tale and was replaced by the famous orange gourd in the nineteenth.

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