a leguminous plant, cylindrical in shape (like a large peanut). The pod and the seeds are not used in cooking. Its bittersweet pulp is a tasty spice. The tamarind’s pulp can be found with or without seeds, and is generally sugared, due to its high acidity.
a spherical fruit with an orange skin, under which there is another white skin. The pulp is also orange, and is divided into segments that contain juice and frequently, a seed.
This is the most consumed and most popular mushroom. It is pleasing to the eye, and has a splendid white colour. It has three parts – the cap, the stem and the gills. It has little nutritional value. The flesh is white and turns orangish when cut.
a conically-shaped root, finishing in a point, and is wrinkled on the outside. It is a cream colour on the outside and white inside. This vegetable has a very subtle taste.