Potatoes!

Potatoes!

Potatoes (solanum tuberosum) can be traced to a single origin in South Peru. This root vegetable has since spread to the rest of the world, with thousands of varieties, where it is a staple food in many countries. It’s always best to eat spuds cooked with the...
Fennel!

Fennel!

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), who is apart of the carrot family, is a fragrant herb used for cooking & as medicine. In Greek mythology Prometheus used a stalk of fennel to carry fire back from Mount Olympus. The bulb is rich in calcium, iron & magnesium. The...
Dandelions!

Dandelions!

Dandelion (Taraxacum) is the most common daisy you’ll see sprouting up in lawns & footpaths the world over. It is believed they evolved 30 million years ago in South East Russia & Eastern Europe. You may know the magic of this herb every time you blow...
Snap Peas!

Snap Peas!

Snap Peas (Pisum sativum) is a type of pea with a fibrous & edible husk. They were developed in 1952 by cross breeding a snow pea with a mutant shell pea plant. 100g of snap peas will provide 100% of your daily requirement for vitamin C, & a third of your...
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