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Kamut or Khorasan wheat (Triticum turgidum subsp. turanicum) dry kamut berries in a wooden bowl.
© Bought from lidomo, fotolia

Kamut (Khorasan wheat, khorassan), cooked
Kamut (Khorasan wheat, khorassan) is a nice side dish to serve alongside a wide range of dishes — similar to rice. It is more nutritional than wheat. Water 65.2%  81/17/02  LA : ALA

Ripe, thin-skinned persimmons, raw, with a soft texture, often with 1-3 seed stones.
© Bought from vkuslandia, Adobe

Persimmon
Persimmons have a sweet flavor that is reminiscent of apricots and pears. The lightly bitter taste comes from the tannins they contain. Water 79.6%  95/03/02  LA : ALA

Spirulina spp. as powders and tablets. Cultivated and usually heat-dried.
© Bought from Elena Schweitzer, fotolia

Spirulina powder (never raw!)
Spirulina, part of the family of cyanobacteria, is rich in nutrients. It used to be categorized as blue-green algae because of its bluish phycocyanin pigment. Water 4.7%  27/65/09  LA (1.3g) 2:1 (0.8g) ALA

Dry yeast or baker's yeast, heaped in measuring spoon over individual granules.
© Bought from Brent Hofacker, Adobe

Dry yeast
Dry yeast is a baking yeast commonly used as a leavening agent for breads and baked goods, both at home and the bakery. Yeast is made inactive by dehydration. Water 5.1%  46/45/09  LA : ALA

Amaranth, raw - Amaranthus caudatus - on a round wooden surface, with amaranth bars above.
© Bought from Luis Echeverri Urrea, fotolia

Amaranth grain, uncooked
Along with 14 % protein, amaranth contains unsaturated fatty acids, minerals, and lysine. The leaves can also be eaten raw. Water 11.3%  76/16/08  LA (2.7g) !:0 (0g) ALA

Sweet soy sauce in a small white porcelain bowl, surrounded by two chop sticks and blossom.
© Bought from PhotoSG, fotolia

Ketjap manis (sweet soy sauce)
Ketjap manis is a dark, sweet, and slightly salty Indonesian soy sauce with a syrupy consistency. It is used to season a wide variety of dishes and dips. Water 48.2%  94/06/00  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

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

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 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

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

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

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

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