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Durian ready on plate, behind a piece in the shell and whole fruit.
© Bought from ronnarong, fotolia
  • 147 kcal
  • Water 65%
  • 80/04/16 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
The durian (stink fruit) has a peculiar smell when raw. The flesh is soft and sweet. For lovers, the fruit tastes heavenly. Organic?
Ripe clementines hanging from a tree - Citrus clementina hoard. ex Tanaka.
© Public Domain, Golf Bravo, Wikimedia
  • 47 kcal
  • Water 87%
  • 92/07/01 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
The clementine tastes pleasantly sweet and aromatic. It contains many minerals and is rich in vitamins.
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  • 63 kcal
  • Water 84%
  • 99/01/00 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
Conventionally produced guava nectar and guava juice are preserved, therefore not raw. Rarely available in organic quality. Lots of sugar and little vitamin C.
Five helmet beans, ripe seeds, raw - Dolichos purpureus or Lablab purpureus.
© Public Domain, Steve Hurst, Wikipedia
  • 344 kcal
  • Water 9%
  • 70/28/02 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.72 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
The ripe seeds of the Indian bean (Lablab purpureus, Dolichos lablab) contain a cyanogen-containing toxin that is destroyed by heating.
  • 172 kcal
  • Water 63%
  • 24/51/25 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 4.5 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.60 g
Cooked soybeans without salt have a high protein and fiber content and are ideal for filling up. Available in organic quality.
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  • 409 kcal
  • Water 8%
  • 48/34/19 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 4.1 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.26 g
Goa beans taste good in Thai dishes. Young pods, roots, flowers and leaves are edible raw, ripe seeds only cooked; rarely available organically.
White storage tubers of the turnip, raw (Brassica rapa ssp. rapa) lying together.
© CC-0 1.0, Hans Braxmeier, Wikipedia
  • 28 kcal
  • Water 92%
  • 87/12/01 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.01 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.04 g
The turnip can be eaten both raw and cooked. It contains a lot of vitamin C and has a distinctive taste. Organic quality?
Raw blunt-leaved dock (Rumex obtusifolius) in a meadow.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, yüklendi, Wikipedia
  • 22 kcal
  • Water 93%
  • 54/34/12 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
Raw sorrel (chaste tree) is a sour-tasting wild plant genus (Rumex spp.). Organic cultivars are available from sorrel.
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  • 31 kcal
  • Water 90%
  • 79/20/01 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.02 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.04 g
The yellow wax beans, especially in organic quality, are a delicate-tasting variant of the common beans. They are not edible raw.
Grape leaves on a grapevine - Vitis vinifera - in a growing area.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, Agne27, Wikipedia
  • 93 kcal
  • Water 73%
  • 69/22/08 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.15 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.86 g
Stuffed vine leaves are a popular Mediterranean appetizer. Often not bought raw, but preserved in brine. Organic quality?
Wasabi: paste from the root original (Japanese horseradish) in shell.
© Bought from Picture Partners, fotolia
  • 109 kcal
  • Water 69%
  • 81/17/02 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
Wasabi root is edible raw as a spicy spice. Wasabi is also known as water horseradish, Japanese horseradish or green horseradish.
Beechnuts with fruit cups, a fruit of the common beech - Fagus spp.
© Bought from Else Siegel, pixabay
  • 576 kcal
  • Water 7%
  • 37/07/56 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 18 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 1.7 g
In autumn, beechnuts cover the forest floor as fruits of the beech tree. They are slightly poisonous when raw, edible when dried (heated) and taste nutty. Organ
Coconut cream is pressed liquid from the grated meat of the coconut.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, Ramon FVelasquez, Wikipedia
  • 330 kcal
  • Water 54%
  • 15/08/77 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.38 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
Coconut cream is similar to coconut milk, but thicker. Its mild, slightly sweet taste makes it a popular choice for cooking. Raw? Organic?
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%
  • 93/06/01 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.03 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.03 g
The cherries, sweet cherries or wild cherries (Prunus avium) taste very sweet both raw and cooked. See also varieties such as cartilage cherries or heart cherri
Redcurrants, hanging on bush. Botanical name: Ribes rubrum.
© CC-by 2.0, Muffet, Wikimedia
  • 56 kcal
  • Water 84%
  • 90/09/01 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.05 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.04 g
Raw red and white currants have a slightly sour taste and offer numerous health benefits.
Wild-sweetsop, raw - Annona reticulata - a few fruits lying on wood, one halved.
© Bought from ThanhThu, fotolia
  • 101 kcal
  • Water 72%
  • 92/06/02 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
The soursop (oxheart, Buddha fruit, sharifa, sweet apple) is an exotic fruit that is mainly used to make soft drinks.
A ripe umbel on the black elder bush - Sambucus nigra.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, H. Zell, Wikipedia
  • 73 kcal
  • Water 80%
  • 94/03/03 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.16 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.08 g
Black elderberries, with their valuable ingredients, are used in many ways as medicine and food. Do not crush the seeds. Raw? Organic?
Ripe and unripe gooseberries on shrub (Ribes uva-crispa, Syn. Ribes grossularia).
© CC-by-sa 2.0, Timo Newton-Syms, Wikimedia
  • 44 kcal
  • Water 88%
  • 87/08/05 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.27 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.05 g
Gooseberries, raw (Chrosle, Ogrosl, Klosterbeeren, organic?), have a hairy skin or not depending on the variety and taste sweet and sour.
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  • 57 kcal
  • Water 84%
  • 92/05/03 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0 g
Raw muscadine grapes are round and have a thick skin. The bronze-colored varieties are also called scuppernong. Organic?
Red grape juice in a glass surrounded by dark grapes.
© Bought from Itty, fotolia
  • 60 kcal
  • Water 85%
  • 97/02/01 
  • Ω-6 (LA) 0.02 g
  • Ω-3 (ALA) 0.00 g
Fresh grape juice (sweet grape must) tastes good and is rich in antioxidants. It is usually sterilized. Organic quality?