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    Asparagus originated in the Eastern Mediterranean and was a favourite of the Greeks and Romans who used it as a medicine.In parts of Europe, Turkey, Africa, Middle East and Asia, varieties of...
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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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    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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    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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    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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    These are hard, tightly packed and crisp with dark red or crimson leaves. Traditionally they are cooked longer than green cabbages. Lemon juice, wine or vinegar can be added to preserve the red...
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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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    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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    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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    These have a sweet intense flavour and are very popular with children. Several different varieties are on the market. Coloured red or yellow, the shape varies from round to oval to pear shaped.
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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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    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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    A member of the brassica family, Brussels sprouts look like tiny cabbages.Brussels sprouts are named after the city of Brussels in Belgium where they are thought to have originated.
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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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    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...