New answers tagged food-identification
I'm not sure if you found an answer or not, but is it possible he made it? And then only gave you a couple chunks of it in a produce bag to throw you off?
I'm from the garden/landscape section of the site, but post your question there anyway, regardless of my answer - you may get a better/different one! Navel oranges, technically, are parthenocopic, which means they produce fruit without fertilisation, and that's why they are seedless. However, if the blossom is pollinated by a suitable donor, then seeds may ...
Yes, those are vestigial seeds. Breeding a fruit with absolutely no seeds is quite difficult if not impossible, as the whole point of fruits is to have seeds, and get those seeds distributed by animals or insects. There is almost always some remnant or reduced version of the seed. Just as a point of interest, so-called seedless fruits usually are ...
It might be red cabbage. I'm not a big veggie person but I know it's purple lol.
That item in the bottom right is Tamago nigiri, a slice of omelette on top of seasoned rice.
It sounds like it could be a Nashi pear. It is something between an apple and a pear and is crunchy and rather dry.
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