Sea grapes contain many essential micronutrients (such as iodine, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, cobalt, active substances), unsaturated fatty acids over 5 types including DHA, AA, EPA an important factors for the children brain formulation and development, eyes, nervous system, and others. People can use Sea grapes as a kind of natural cosmetics to maintain youth and beauty. It is also used as an effective raw material for massage.
Fresh Lime are a small citrus fruit, whose skin and flesh are green in color and which have an oval or round shape with a diameter between one to two inches. This fruit are also used to accent flavors in foods and are a common ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. They are grown year-round in tropical climates and are usually smaller and less sour than lemons.
Taro is a root grown in semi-tropical and tropical climates all over the world. Taro root is used in a similar fashion to a potato, but in fact has better nutritional qualities than a potato and is a strong link to Hawaiian culture. There are hundreds of varieties of taro grown throughout the world in both wetland and dryland conditions. Used as a starchy component of many diets, it’s non-allergenic, easy to digest.
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.