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Mystery Food Name the fruits and vegetables as they appear… if you can! Kiwi Also called “Chinese Gooseberry” Sometimes added to sorbets and ice creams Pomegranate From the Mediterranean Found in ancient carvings of Egypt and China Cress Found in Europe

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mystery food
Mystery Food

Name the fruits and vegetables as they appear…

if you can!

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Kiwi

  • Also called “Chinese Gooseberry”
  • Sometimes added to sorbets and ice creams
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Pomegranate

  • From the Mediterranean
  • Found in ancient carvings of Egypt and China
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Cress

  • Found in Europe
  • Seen most often in salads, on sandwiches or as a garnish
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Parsnip

  • Started out in Eastern Europe
  • Steam, boil, braise, roast or microwave
  • Source of vitamins C and K, folate, potassium and fiber
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Kumquat

  • Berry-like small orange from China
  • Thin sweet peel and bitter fruit
  • Used to garnish meat or fish
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Mango

  • Use in fruit salads or puree to add to smoothies
  • Thought to be from either India or Burma
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Truffle

  • Found in Europe
  • Pigs are used to sniff them out from around the bottoms of trees
  • Great in sauces and soups
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Jerusalem Artichoke

  • Originated in North America
  • Columbus brought it back to Europe
  • Cook it similarly to a potato
  • Used in stews, casseroles and sauces
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From the Mediterranean

  • Source of vitamin C, folate, potassium and fiber
  • Shred and put in a salad or cook and season with butter and salt

Beet

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Native to China

  • Been around since 200 BC
  • Used in pies, pastries and jams

Apricot

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Leek

  • Believed to be from the Mediterranean
  • Welsh troops wore these as an emblem when fighting the Saxons in 640 AD
  • It became the symbol of Wales.
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Persimmon

  • Good source of vitamins A and C as well as fiber
  • Very jelly-like when ripe
  • Make a pudding or use in smoothies
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Chicory

  • Native to the Mediterranean and China
  • Often used as animal feed, but also for people
  • Serve with boiled or baked ham
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Rhubarb

  • Watch out! The leaves are poisonous
  • Native to central Asia
  • Can be sweetened and eaten as a fruit
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Rutabaga

  • Native to Europe
  • Great source of vitamin C, potassium and fiber
  • A lot like a turnip, but sweeter and more bluish in color
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Sources

  • thefoody.com
  • worldcommunitycookbook.org
  • gettyimages.com