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Raspberry

Fruits & vegetables; Fruits

A strongly-flavored berry made up of many connecting drupelets (individual sacs of fruit, each with its own seed). Varieties include golden, black, and red. The red type is the most common. Attached ...

Rhubarb

Fruits & vegetables; Fruits

The rhubarb is a very tart member of the buckwheat family. It is generally eaten as a fruit but is actually a vegetable. It is used in sauces, jams, and desserts. Rhubarb leaves contain the toxin ...

Soursop

Fruits & vegetables; Fruits

Soursop is a fruit of a tree, broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree native to Mexico, Cuba, Central Americam the Caribbean and northern South America. Soursop is also produced in sub-Saharan African ...

Spaghetti squash

Fruits & vegetables; Fruits

This creamy-yellow watermelon-shaped squash is so named because its flesh, when cooked, separates into yellow-gold spaghetti-like strands. Avoid greenish squash (indicating immaturity).

Sponge gourd

Fruits & vegetables; Fruits

The fruit of any of several tropical vines of the gourd family. The dried insides of these gourds can be used as a sponge. Also called the "Luffah."

Star apple

Fruits & vegetables; Fruits

The fruit is native to the lowlands of Central America and the West Indies. It grows rapidly and reaches 20 m in height. Fruit can be purple or green depending on the variety. When cut in half there ...

Strawberry

Fruits & vegetables; Fruits

This hardy member of the rose family is a red, juicy sweet-tart berry. The French "European Alpine" strawberries are tiny, very sweet berries and are considered the finest. Eaten out-of-hand, used in ...

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