The lactarius has a cap measuring between 5 and 12 cm, which is initially smooth and convex with a central depression and curved edges with abundant undulations. The cuticle is a pale carrot colour, cannot be separated, in concentric areas and with green dots. It has darker, wine-coloured gills, which also have green dots. The stem is short – 3-6 by 1-2 cm, cylindrical, hollow and the same colour as the cap. The flesh is a blood red colour, and is sweet tasting and has no smell.
a bulb from the same family as garlic and the onion, with a bulbous root. It is around 50 centimetres high and 3 or 4 centimetres thick. The leaves, which range from white to dark green, and the white bulb, have a similar taste to the onion, but much milder and more delicate.
This legume has a very small, round, flat brown seed.
Vegetable composed of leaves (usually green) of different shapes and sizes, according to variety.
A citrus fruit similar in appearance to the lemon, with a slightly acid taste. A medium-sized oval fruit, which is yellowish-green in colour and becomes an intense yellow when bruised. The pulp is yellowish, and divided into segments with pips; it is more juicy, aromatic and milder than the lemon. Its juice content is also almost double that of the lemon.
Bunches of 15 to 20 fruit, greenish-brown in colour, each covered with a thick skin. The fruit is oval (4 cm in diameter) with a white pulp, that is transparent, hard, smooth and juicy, with a taste that is slightly reminiscent of the muscatel grape.