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Aquafaba: the soaking or cooking water of chickpeas (or legumes) – in a  glass bowl.
© Bought from detry26, fotolia

Aquafaba (vegan egg white substitute)
Aquafaba, the cooking liquid of legumes (e.g., chickpeas) serves as a vegan egg white substitute (beaten egg whites) for baked goods and sweet dishes. Water 95.4%  71/24/05  LA : ALA

Sauerkraut juice or sauerkraut drink in drinking glass, right next to it fresh sauerkraut in bowl.
© Bought from PhotoSG, fotolia

Sauerkraut juice
Sauerkraut juice has very few calories, is well tolerated and stimulates digestion. Fermented foods are a proven home remedy used to counteract constipation. Water 97.2%  65/31/04  LA : ALA

Mushrooms, treated and mushroom products: mushroom powder
© CC-by-sa 3.0, Rainer Zenz, Wikipedia

Mushroom powder
Mushroom powder is a combination of selected edible mushrooms that are first dehydrated and then ground and mixed together.   00/00/00  LA : ALA

Umeboshi suitable as a fruit and as a paste. See center in the plate with rice soup.
© Bought from miwa, fotolia

Umeboshi paste
Umeboshi is a paste made from pickled ume fruit. This salty paste is added to many dishes and sides to give them a fruity and sour flavor. Water 70.3%  88/09/02  LA : ALA

Panko (Japanese breadcrumbs), on the left next to the white bread on the right hand side.
© Bought from oilslo, fotolia

Panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
Panko (Japn. パン粉) is a Japanese variety of breadcrumbs. Coating food with panko before frying or baking will result in a light and crispy crust. Water 6.8%  87/11/02  LA : ALA

Real chervil - Anthriscus cerefolium - on a soon-blooming plant.
© Bought from irottlaender, fotolia

Chervil (garden chervil)
Use fresh chervil (garden chervil) to season soups and to add a delicate flavor to vegetables and salads.   00/00/00  LA : ALA

Wild chervil—Anthriscus sylvestris: Wild chervil blossom. Beware: easily confused with toxic plants!
© Bought from Franz, fotolia

Wild chervil
Wild chervil has a spicy, bitter taste. Be careful when gathering wild chervil as it can easily be mistaken for similar-looking poisonous plants! Water 81.6%  67/29/04  LA : ALA

Fresh peaches in a braided basket and lying next to it, some of them cut open.
© Bought from Igor Normann, fotolia

Peach
People like peaches for their refreshing flavor and high water content. The stone fruit comes in a number of varieties, such as Saturn peaches and nectarines. Water 88.9%  89/09/02  LA : ALA

Hanging quinces on a tree, ready for harvest (Cydonia oblonga).
© CC-by-sa 3.0, Lazaregagnidze, Wikimedia

Quince, raw
Fresh quinces have a fruity and sour flavor. They are rich in beneficial nutrients and can be used to make a wide range of dishes, including chutneys and jams. Water 83.8%  97/03/01  LA : ALA

Basmati rice in bowl. Origin Afghanistan. Variety of Oryza sativa.
© Bought from Liudmyla, fotolia

Basmati Rice
Basmati rice is a long-grain, aromatic rice that tastes excellent with Asian dishes. Water 11.9%  88/10/01  LA : ALA

Chinese yams (light roots) - Dioscorea polystachya - lying on a light sandy bottom.
© Bought from Kristina, fotolia

Chinesische Yamswurzel, Lichtwurzel, Nagaimo
Die Chinesische Yamswurzel (Lichtwurzel, Nagaimo) gehört zu den wenigen roh essbaren Yams-Arten und man verwendet sie in der trad. chinesischen Medizin. Water 69.6%  94/05/01  LA : ALA

Fresh prickly pears in a rusted tin container, one of which is cut open (Opuntia spp).
© Bought from TwilightArtPictures, fotolia

Prickly pear, raw
The prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) is a sweet, exotic fruit, especially when eaten raw. Water 87.6%  89/07/05  LA : ALA

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