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Baby Broccoli

Baby Broccoli is a mix between traditional broccoli and Gai Lan (Chinese broccoli)

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Baby Spinach

Baby Spinach contains over 15 different vitamins and minerals

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Beans

Green beans are classified into two groups bush beans and pole beans

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Beetroot

The world's heaviest beetroot weighed 23.4kg

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Broccoli

Broccoli was invented by crossing cauliflower seeds with pea seeds

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Brussel Sprouts

The Netherlands is the world's largest producer of Brussel Sprouts

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Cabbage

There is over 100 different varieties of cabbage grown around the world

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Capsicum

Red capsicum's have twice the vitamin C than green capsicums and four times than oranges

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Carrot

It's better to eat cooked carrots opposed to raw

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Cauliflower

Cauliflower is an annual plant which means that it completes its lifecycle in one year

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Celery

Celery can reach the height of over 3 feet

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Chokoes

Chokoes are also known as the vegetable pear for its similar shape to it's fruit counterpart.

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Continental Cucumber

Cucumbers are made up of 90-96% water

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Corn

On average an ear of corn has 800 kernels in 16 rows

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Eggplant

Eggplants are commonly mistaken for a vegetable but they're actually a berry

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Fennel

Fennel has antispasmodic properties which relieves muscle spasms

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Garlic

If you're battling acne, hold a slice of garlic on the spot to speed up the healing process due to its antibacterial properties

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Ginger

The combination of ginger and honey are an unbeatable combination to beat respiratory conditions

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Kale

A serving of kale has more calcium than a small carton of milk

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Kalettes

Kalettes are a hybrid of kale and brussel sprouts

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Leek

In ancient Greek and roman times, Leeks were especially revered for their beneficial effect upon the throat

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Lettuce

Is always consumed fresh because of its high water content (95%)

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Lime

In the 1800's, limes were used to avoid scurvy by sailors from Britain

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Mesclun

Consists of a mix of red/green coral, red/green oak, arugula, frizzee and radicchio

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Onion

Did you know you can get rid of onion breath by eating fresh parsley?

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Papaya

The other names for Papaya is commonly referred to as a Tree Melon or Paw Paw

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Parsnip

In roman times, Parsnips were believed to be an aphrodisiac

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Passionfruit

Passionfruit contains a high amount of magnesium, which is proven to improve quality of sleep

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Pineapple

Did you know that pineapples regenerate. Planting their crown can give you another pine in approx 20 months.

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Popcorn

A popcorn kernel can pop up to 3ft high

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Potato

Potatoes are the world's fourth food staple after wheat, corn and rice

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Pumpkin

Each pumpkin has about 500 seeds

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Silverbeet

Although Silverbeet is a type of beetroot, it has an inedible root

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Snow Peas

Snow peas are also known as ``Chinese Pea Pods``

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Swede

A swede is a combination of turnip and wild cabbage

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Purple Brussel Sprouts

Purple Sprouts are often sweet and nutty compared to green Brussel Sprouts

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Sweet Potato

Sweet Potato that blooms in the summer produces large quantities of nectar which attracts bees

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Taro

Taro is known to lower the risk of developing diabetes and reduces the risk of lung and oral cancer

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Tomato

Did you know that there are around 10,000 varieties of tomatoes worldwide?

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Turnip

Turnip is a biennial plant which means that it completes its lifecycle in two years

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Watermelon

Watermelons are made up of 92% water and is actually a vegetable

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Wild Roquette

Wild Roquette is a well-known source of carotenoids, which are famous for improving eyesight

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Wombok

With a high sulfur content, it translates to keratin production which promotes healthier hair, skin and nails

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Zucchini

A zucchini has more potassium than a banana