A B C D F H J K L M O P S

Terms in Fruits of the World

selected terms: 40 page 1 of 2
Apples
Round fruit with firm juicy flesh and green, red or yellow skin when ripe. Apples contain a lot of fibers. This is done by the tree in order to spread its seeds. Our bodies and those of More…
Apricot
Round stone-fruit with soft flesh, related to the plum and peach. It is orange-yellow when ripe. Contains a lot of vitamin A and kalium. Apricots have to be picked when ripe More…
Avocado
(रूचिरा (roochiraa), Makhanphal, Butter Fruit; Venna Pandu; Goshtubtang; Bennehannu; Vennai Pazham) he avocado (Persea americana), also known as palta or aguacate (Spanish), butter pear or More…
Banana
The fruit of the banana tree, originating in India and grown in tropical climates particularly in the West Indies, Africa and South America. There are two major types of banana, the fruit More…
Barbary Fig
The fruit of the prickly pear cactus. Pinkish-yellow in color and usually covered in tiny, sharp hairs which can be very irritating to the skin. The flesh is sweet and with seedy, these can More…
Barcelona nut
Grows in Europe especially in Spain, and in Asia and America, and have been eaten since the Bronze Age. Cultivated hazelnuts derive from the cob which grows wild in Britain. The filbert More…
Bergamot
(BUHR-gah-mot) This is a small acidic orange(Citrus Family), used mostly for its peel. The bergamot (Citrus aurantium ssp. bergamia) is a small and roughly pear-shaped fragrant citrus More…
Black Sapote
Black Sapote is not a Sapote at all. It is also called Chocolate Pudding Fruit or Black Persimmon and is indeed part of the persimmon family. It has green skin like the white sapote, but More…
Blackberry
It looks like a black raspberry and has a juicy texture, with many seeds, and a fragrant delicate flavour. Similar to dewberries that grow in less prickly bushes and have a blue bloom like More…
Blackcurrant
A close relative of the redcurrant, it grows well in north Europe and Asia. Small shiny black berries which have an intense flavour, but too sour to eat raw. Perfect sweetened and stewed, More…
Blueberry
small blue-black berries native fruit to Northern America. they have a sweet, mildly spicy flavour and can be eaten raw orare good in fruit salads or with cheeses. They are good to use More…
Bramble
Looks like a black raspberry and has a juicy texture, with many seeds, and a fragrant delicate flavour. Similar to dewberries which grow in less prickly bushes and have a blue bloom like More…
Brazil Nut
It is the seed of a giant tree that grows wild in the tropical South American jungle. The nuts grow packed together like the segments of an orange inside a large, spherical woody fruit. The More…
Breadfruit
Breadfruit tastes and looks like bread if cut open before it has a chance to ripen. It is a melon and is more like a mango consistency once ripe. Its a nutritious starchy More…
Cherry
Prunus avium Family: Rosaceae Small soft round fruit, red or black when ripe, containing a stone. Cherries always have to be picked ripe. They do not ripe well after More…
Durian
Looks almost like Jackfruit( with spikes on its cover) smells like, well, open it OUTSIDE and away from friends, but it tastes oh so amazing. The smell is probably to help locate the fruit More…
Feijoa
Feijoa is quite sweet, thick, and juicy. It is white to cream inside. The seeds are tiny and are also edible. The skin itself is not edible raw but can be used in jellies and preserves. More…
Fig
Ficus carica Family: Moraceae Soft sweet fruit, full of small seeds and often eaten dried. Fresh figs are delicious and often jam and chutney is made from them. More…
FIGS
FIGS are nature's candy!. They are incredibly sweet and come in a convenient single serving case that locks in the juices until you're ready to enjoy! Most people have had dried figs More…
Fuyu Persimmons
Persimmons, also called the Apple of the Orient, but look like an orange tomato. They are sweet and juicy with a unique flavor of spice when ripe and will make you pucker if not ripe. More…
Fruits of the World Culinary Expressionz Glossary
© 2008 Nik D FeedbackLogin | XHTML | CSS Powered by Glossword 1.8.11