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    Capsicums are also known in New Zealand as peppers or sweet peppers.Native to tropical America, capsicums then spread to Europe and have only been available in New Zealand for the past 30-40...
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    The name radish is derived from the Latin words ‘radix’ meaning root, and ‘raphanus’ meaning easily grown.However, radishes are really a swollen stem rather than a root even though they grow...
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    Spinach originated in Asia and was introduced to Europe by Arab traders during the 13th century.When cooked and chopped, the taste is similar to silverbeet, however, spinach has a milder flavour....
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    Young spinach leaves are often used in salad mixes and sold with other salad greens. Baby spinach has round to oblong leaves with a mild flavour. Spinach is particularly nutrient dense with a wide...
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    Parsley is probably the most commonly used herb in New Zealand. It is extremely versatile and can be used with a wide range of foods including salads, vegetables, soups, braises, stews, dressings,...
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    Fresh coriander has a distinctive, strong aromatic and spicy flavour. Coriander leaves, stems, roots and seeds are used. The seeds may be used whole or ground and are a main ingredient of curry...
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    Fennel, sometimes known as Florence fennel, has a long history and is one of the oldest cultivated plants.Roman warriors used to eat fennel to keep them in good health while Roman women ate it to...
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    Mint, one of the most popular herbs in New Zealand, is used for flavouring salads, dressings, sauces and soups. Finely chopped mint can be sprinkled over salads and lightly-cooked spring...
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    These are mushrooms that are harvested when still small and unopened. Once the mushrooms open to a stage where the gills are visible they are referred to as cups. White button mushrooms are the...
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    Onions are the most used flavouring vegetable in the world.Most savoury dishes include one of the onion family - white and red onions, garlic, chives, shallots, spring onions and leeks. All of...
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    Red onions have burgundy red skins and red tinged flesh. Spanish type red onions are large and round, while Californian red onions tend to be flatter and milder. They are mild, sweet and juicy and...
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    Kumara (sweet potato) has a long history of cultivation in New Zealand.Brought here by early Maori settlers, over one thousand years ago from Pacific islands, this bush which had much smaller...
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    Kumara (sweet potato) has a long history of cultivation in New Zealand.Brought here by early Maori settlers, over one thousand years ago from Pacific islands, this bush which had much smaller...
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    They have a dry and delicate texture, break up easily when cooked and absorb a lot of liquid and flavour.For chips, baking, mashing, roasting and wedges use floury.
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    These potatoes have a high water content and are low in starch. They have a dense texture and retain their shape during cooking. This includes most‘new’ potatoes.Beat boiling, salads, braises and...
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    They have a hard blue/grey skin, with a rich orange flesh. Crown pumpkins are about 30 cm in diameter, 10 cm deep, and weigh about 4kg. The most common variety sold in New Zealand is Whangaparoa....