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It might be red cabbage. I'm not a big veggie person but I know it's purple lol.
Mine were big and difficult to cut so I put them in the microwave for a few minutes to soften them. After cubing the potatoes/yams, I boiled them as usual, to make mashed sweet potatoes. After the microwaving, it only took about 15-20 minutes to boil enough to soften.
I just watched a health program on tv yesterday, Asian program from Taiwan, on washing fruits with baking soda. with the amount of pesticides/chemicals used on farms, apparently water is not enough. The health expert showed how the water turned a little oily & yellow after the grapes were soaked in it for 5 mins. Perhaps a good grandma's tradition won't ...
I was under the impression that most carrots were originally more purple and that it was essentially bred out to be replaced with todays more common orange carrot. After having sourced some purple carrots recently I would guess that the reason they remain uncommon today is that, as with many other purple foods (beetroot for example), they have a tendency to ...
According to the History of Carrots page from the World Carrot Museum: The current yellow/orange varieties (containing carotene) through gradual selection in Europe, now form the basis of the commercial cultivars around the world, mainly through their superior taste, versatility, nutritional value and cultural acceptance. It is clear that until ...
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