Flowers bloom in spring, and fruit comes in summer in pear trees. There are Western and Japanese pear and pears and Japanese one is a sphere. Most part of the pear consists of water and you can enjoy the sweet and sour tastes with a crunchy texture. Chilled pear is quite delicious during hot season, as it comes into season in summer.
A round, bulbous root vegetable with origins in the Mexican peninsula, jicama (pronounced hee-cama) is part of the legume family and grows on vines. This little-known tuber is grown in the warm climates of Vietnam, where it’s an important as well as extremely versatile food source.
Long Cabbage has probably found a place at your table at one time or another. This is one of the first Asian vegetables to have taken root in Vietnam households. Once considered an exotic ingredient, this cabbage can be found in most well-stocked grocery stores across the Vietnam.
Christopher Columbus actually called the papaya as the Fruit of the Angels when he noticed how strong the Caribbean natives were when they eat the fruit. Papayas are consumed either ripe or green. You may be wondering which of these two is better in terms of improving your health.
Sweetpotato is an outcrossing hexaploid that is cultivated in the tropics and warm-temperate regions of the world. Sweetpotato has played an important role as a famine-relief crop during its long history and has recently been reevaluated as a health-promoting food.