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    Yams grown in New Zealand originate from the South American Andes where they are known as oca.The sweet tubers are small, often about the size of a thumb, are pink-orange in colour and have a...
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    Broccoli means 'little sprouts' in Italian and it is a member of the brassica family.Broccoli is popular and widely eaten. It has a distinctive ‘mustardy’ taste and well known health benefits. The...
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    This is a natural cross between broccoli and Chinese broccoli (gaai lan). It has a long slender stem topped with small flowering buds that are a cross between broccoli florets and an asparagus tip.
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    This is sometimes called normal, crisphead or standard lettuce. The heads are firm and tightly packed with a central core or heart. The leaves are crunchy and have a mild flavour. The outer leaves...
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    These are loose leaf sweet-tasting lettuces and have no heart. They have a soft green-red or red leaf which can be picked separately as these lettuces are sold with intact roots.
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    This is a winter lettuce also known as romaine. It has an elongated head with coarse leaves that are crunchy and sharp in flavour. This lettuce is a key ingredient of Caesar salad.
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    This Lettuce is similar to Romaine Lettuce but with short leaves. It has an elongated head with coarse leaves that are crunchy and sharp in flavour.
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    Kale, often known as curly kale, is full of nutrients. It is from the brassica family and is an attractive vegetable, with a deep green colour and curly leaves. Young curly kale leaves can be used...
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    Silverbeet is also known as chard, Swiss chard and seakale beet.It is similar to spinach but has a stronger flavour. Silverbeet usually has a white stalk, however, red beet is sometimes available;...
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    This is the most popular cucumber and is grown under glass. It is long, usually 30–45 cm, and often individually wrapped in plastic because its skin is very soft and is easily damaged. The plastic...
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    Cauliflower, from the Latin word meaning 'cabbage flower', is a member of the brassica family. It has been grown for more than 2,000 years. Native to the Mediterranean, it has been part of the...
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    Broccoflower (Romanesco) This is a hybrid mix of cauliflower and broccoli. The florets are bright green (lighter than broccoli) and packed into a round head like cauliflower. The flavour tends to...
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    Cabbages are from the brassica family and are one of the oldest vegetables known. Varieties of cabbages grown in New Zealand include red, green or white, with smooth or crinkled leaves, and round...
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    Choy is the Chinese word for any leafy vegetable.In New Zealand the most common Asian green is white bok choy. White bok choy has thick, white, crisp and juicy stems and smooth round leaves similar...
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    Shanghai bok choy has thick, green stems and similar leaves to white bok choy, but is smaller in size. All types of bok choy are suitable for quick cooking methods such as steaming and stir frying....
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    Eggplant is also known as aubergine.It is very common in southern European countries and is used in many traditional recipes; Greek - moussaka, French - ratatouille, Indian – baingan bharta, and...
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    Carrots have been a staple in many countries for thousands of years although it is only since the 16th century that they have been orange. Earliest records show carrots were purple; later records...
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    Parsnips are root vegetables and belong to the carrot family.They have been grown in Europe since Roman times. The word parsnip is from the Latin ‘pastus’ meaning food and ‘sativa’ meaning...
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    Celery was first used as food in Italy in the Middle Ages.White celery, which farmers grew away from the sunlight, was the most common variety, and it is still popular in Europe. A green-stemmed...
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    Celery was first used as food in Italy in the Middle Ages.White celery, which farmers grew away from the sunlight, was the most common variety, and it is still popular in Europe. A green-stemmed...
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    Snow peas are also known as mange tout, which translates into English as 'eat all'. Both the seed (pea) and the pod are eaten. They are almost completely flat with little bumps where the peas are...
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    Sugar peas or sugar snap peas. These varieties the peas are more developed before harvesting. sugar snap are used in Asian cooking and salads.
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    Courgettes originated in Italy and were popular in the Mediterranean region hundreds of years before they became popular in the rest of the western world.They are members of the summer squash...
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    There are many varieties of beans, most of which can be traced back to Central and South America.They are usually 10-15 cm in length and 1 cm in diameter with rounded pods. The pods are quite...
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    Leeks have been the national emblem of Wales since 640 AD when, according to legend, the Welsh defeated the invading Saxons because they had leeks attached to their hats.The leeks prevented them...
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    Spring onions belong to the onion family and in some countries they are known as scallions, bunching or green onions.They are harvested when young and before the white bulb has time to form...