Farming, Foodstuff & Drinks
A biennial Eurasian plant(Daucus carota subsp. sativus) in the parsley family, widely cultivated as an annual for its edible taproot.
Frozen fruit is fruit preserved by the process of freezing.
A substance consisting of ground, pulverized, or otherwise finely dispersed solid particles of garlic.
A small grain or pellet of garlic.
The natural fluid, fluid content, or liquid part that can be extracted from a plant or one of its parts, esp. of a fruit: orange juice.
The sea-buckthorns are deciduous shrubs in the genus Hippophae, family elaeagnaceae.
A plant that is cultivated or appreciated for its blossoms.
Also called Chinese jujube and red date, this olive-size fruit has a leathery skin that, depending on the variety, can be red (most common), off-white or almost black. -
A healthy diet contains a balance of food groups and all the nutrients necessary to promote good health.
Any one of various liquids for drinking, usually excluding water.
Edible fish or shellfish from the sea.
An indehiscent, hard-shelled, one-loculated, one-seeded fruit, such as an acorn or hazelnut.
A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various kinds of grapes, usually containing from 10 to 15 percent alcohol by volume.
A beverage prepared by infusion of the young leaves, leaf buds, and internodes of varieties of Camellia sinensis and C. assamica, originating from China.
The flesh of such animals used as food.
A rich, sweet confection made with sugar and often flavored or combined with fruits or nuts.
A part or an amount of such a plant product, served as food:
A liquid that is fit for drinking, a beverage.
The name given to milled rice which has had its husk, bran, and germ removed.
The firm, edible, usually rounded fruit of a deciduous Eurasian tree (Malus pumila) having alternate simple leaves and white or pink flowers.
The milk of cows, goats, or other animals, used as food by humans.
The fruit of a tropical American plant (Ananas comosus) having large swordlike leaves and a large, fleshy, edible, multiple fruit with a terminal tuft of leaves.
Kinds of cereal.
Animal tissue used as food.
To obtain from a substance by chemical or mechanical action, as by pressure, distillation, or evaporation.
Any of several related plants or their seeds or pods, such as the adzuki bean, broad bean, or soybean.
Herbs have been used for centuries in the treatment of many diseases and it has been demonstrated that some of them can have an incredible effect as a herbal treatment for arthritis.
Any of a group of complex organic macromolecules that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and usually sulfur and are composed of one or more chains of amino acids.
Commonly shortened to snack,is seen in Western culture as a type of food not meant to be eaten as a main meal of the day (breakfast, lunch, dinner).
A food grain crop. Wheat is the most widely grown food crop in the world, and is increasing in production.
A small, porous silk, paper or nylon bag with tea inside that is used for brewing tea
A compact roll of tobacco leaves prepared for smoking.
An ovum together with its shell or outer layer, internal membranes and nutrients for the embryo
The meat of the chicken, also called "chicken," is a type of poultry.
Feed that is given to animal to provide them with a healthy and nutritious diet.
Candies and other confections considered as a group.
Any of various fleshy fungi of the class Basidiomycota, characteristically having an umbrella-shaped cap borne on a stalk, especially any of the edible kinds, as those of the genus Agaricus.
A food prepared from any of these plants, especially a breakfast food made from commercially processed grain.
Grass made by human beings rather than natural.
Tea made from leaves that are not fermented before being dried.
A species of legume native to Eastern Asia.
Beverage which are made from fruit.
Frozen food is food preserved by the process of freezing.
A tea beverage.
A species of legume native to Eastern Asia.
Any of various oils obtained from plants and used in food products and industrially.
Made from red (or black) grapes, but its red colour is bestowed by a process called maceration, whereby the skin is left in contact with the juice during fermentation.
Foods that removed water from it.
An edible oil used in cooking foods.
A leafy plant (Solanum tuberosum) which produces a starchy edible tuber.
A sweet yellowish or brownish viscid fluid produced by various bees from the nectar of flowers and used as food.
Also known as jelly or preserves) is a type of sweet spread or condiment made with fruits or sometimes vegetables, sugar, and sometimes pectin if the fruit's natural pectin content is insufficient to produce a thick product.
A complex carbohydrate which is insoluble in water; it is used by plants as a way to store excess glucose.
A powder made from dried milk solids.
An organism that lives in, on, or near the water.
Tea Powder is made from dried tender tea by instantaneous smash process in low temperature.
Feed additives are products used in animal nutrition for purposes of improving the quality of feed.
A fine, powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of wheat, used chiefly in baking.
A narrow, ribbonlike strip of dried dough, usually made of flour, eggs, and water.
The powder of protein.
A dark tea prepared from fresh tea leaves that have been fully fermented before being dried.
The fruit of a feather-leaved palm (Cocos nucifera) which extensively cultivated in tropical regions for food, beverages, oil, thatching, fiber, utensils, or ornament.
Any of various pungent, aromatic plant substances, such as cinnamon or nutmeg, used to flavor foods or beverages.
The oil made of plant seed.
A widely cultivated tree (Pyrus communis) in the rose family, having glossy leaves, white flowers grouped in a corymb, and edible fruit.
The inner, usually edible seed of a nut or fruit stone.
Oil pressed from olives, used in salad dressings, for cooking, as an ingredient in soaps, and as an emollient.
Extracted essential oil.
Fruit wines are fermented alcoholic beverages made from a variety of ingredients other than grapes (the base of "ordinary" wine) and having a variety of flavors.
The oil pressed from peanuts, used for cooking, in soaps, and as a solvent for pharmaceutical preparations.
A genus of plants in the family Rosaceae, and the fruit of these plants.
Tea with milk in it.
A long, slender green pod with small seeds inside.
True shrimp are swimming, decapod crustaceans classified in the infraorder Caridea, found widely around the world in both fresh and salt water.
An apple cultivar originating in Australia from 1868 from a chance seedling propagated by Sir Nicholas Birtles.
A flowering plant in the genus Sesamum.
An oil from beans, used in cooking or making soap.
Dried currants, dates, figs, prunes, raisins, and sultanas all have similar analyses; a 100-g portion is a source of iron and supplies 250kcal (1050kJ).
A liquid fat that is capable of being eaten as a food or food accessory.
An oil from corns, used in cooking or making soap.
Oil from soya beans.
A Kind of tea which made of flowers.
An annual herb that has large yellow flowers, broad leaves and can grow from 3-15 ft (0.91-4.6 m) high.