Warm water can be effective in removing wax from certain foods, such as fruits that may have a wax coating. Many fruits and vegetables, especially those with smooth, shiny skins like apples, cucumbers, and bell peppers, are often coated with… Read More »Can Warm Water remove Wax from Food?
Melothria scabra, commonly known as “mouse melon,” “Mexican sour gherkin,” “cucamelon,” or sometimes “Kuska plant,” is a small vine plant that produces tiny cucumber-like fruits. Here are some key characteristics and information about Melothria scabra: Appearance: The plant produces small,… Read More »What is Kuska Plant (Melothria scabra)?
Overview Scientific Name: Citrus aurantium L. Synonyms: Citrus vulgaris (Risso.). Botanical Family: Rutaceae Other Names: Bitter orange, Sour orange, Orange, Neroli, Bigarade Orange, Naranja, Loisel. Habitat: The plant is found in Africa, tropical Asia and is widely cultivated in other… Read More »Seville Orange – Benefits and Uses
Eating local, seasonally grown foods can be bring a number of positive changes to our health and lifestyle. See 10 great reasons outlined in video and also view the lists below. Below are lists of fruits and vegetables listed by… Read More »Seasonal Food Lists – Eat the Season