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Kamut or Khorasan wheat, raw - Triticum turgidum subsp. turanicum (Jakubz.) in cloth bag.
© Bought from yesyesterday, fotolia
  • 337 kCal
  • Water 11.1%
  • 81/17/02
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.57 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.05 g
Khorasan wheat or kamut, an ancient type of grain, is a relative of today's wheat. Kamut grains, however, are larger and not as overbred.
Winter savory or mountain savory - Satureja montana - on white plate.
© Bought from Heike Rau, fotolia
  • 54 kCal
  • Water 85.0%
  • 81/10/09
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.23 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.23 g
In contrast to summer savory, winter savory (Satureja montana) is spicy and hot with digestive and appetizing properties.
Meadow Chervil - Anthriscus sylvestris - as it occurs in nature.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, Meneerke bloem, Wikipedia
  • 58 kCal
  • Water 81.6%
  • 67/29/04
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
Wild chervil has a spicy, bitter taste. Be careful when gathering wild chervil as it can easily be mistaken for similar-looking poisonous plants!
Black pepper: immature green, dried black pepper, in between white without shell.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, Rainer Zenz, Wikimedia Commons
  • 251 kCal
  • Water 12.5%
  • 82/13/04
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.69 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.15 g
Green peppercorns come from unripe pepper fruits and can be used to refine many dishes, from stews to desserts.
Raw and ripe fruits of the sweet cherry - Prunus avium - on a cherry tree.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, C. Kuppler, Wikimedia
  • 63 kCal
  • Water 82.2%
  • 93/06/01
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.03 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.03 g
The sweet cherries (Prunus avium) taste very sweet raw and cooked. See also cultivars such as cartilage cherries or heart cherries.
Cinnamon apple (cream apple, sweet bag = Annona squamosa) with its typical scale-like surface.
© GFDL 1.2, Muhammad Mahdi Karim, Wikipedia
  • 94 kCal
  • Water 73.2%
  • 91/08/01
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.04 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
The cinnamon apple (Annona squamosa) is often confused with the cherimoya.
Fresh prickly pears in a rusted tin container, one of which is cut open (Opuntia spp).
© Bought from TwilightArtPictures, fotolia
  • 41 kCal
  • Water 87.6%
  • 89/07/05
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.19 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.02 g
The prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) is a sweet, exotic fruit, especially when eaten raw.
Raw wheat bran, in and spilling out of a wooden measuring scoop
© Bought from photocrew, fotolia
  • 216 kCal
  • Water 9.9%
  • 77/18/05
  • Ω-6 (LA) 2.0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.17 g
Wheat bran (raw) remains as a by-product of flour production. Bran (organic?) Is rich in nutrients and supports the intestines with digestive problems.
Raw soybeans (ripe seeds) on wooden spoon and lying next to it - Glycine max.
© Bought from PIXbank CZ, Shutterstock
  • 446 kCal
  • Water 8.5%
  • 35/42/23
  • Ω-6 (LA) 7.3 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 1.3 g
The soybean originally comes from China. Their ripe seeds are prepared directly or processed into numerous other soy products.
Kombu algae - Laminaria spp. on kitchen board, cut into strips on the right.
© Bought from Picture Partners, fotolia
  • 43 kCal
  • Water 81.6%
  • 81/14/05
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.02 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.00 g
The kombu alga, also called Japanese leaf kelp, is a brown alga that is very well known in Asia. It is well suited for seasoning soups.