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Two fennel tubers, one cut open - Foeniculum vulgare.
© Bought from TwilightArtPictures, fotolia

Fennel bulb
Fennel, which tastes sweet and a little like anise, is used, for example, raw in salads and cooked in vegetable and fish dishes. Water 90.2%  84/14/02  LA : ALA
31 kcal

Flakes, coarse and finely ground, vegan (can be heated): whole wheat flour
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Whole wheat flour
Baked goods made from whole wheat flour have a nuttier taste and heavier texture as compared to white flour products; however, the dough doesn’t rise as much. Water 10.7%  82/15/03  LA : ALA
340 kcal

Left: Green cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum), right: Black cardomome (Amomum subulatum).
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Ground cardamom
Cardamom is a particularly aromatic spice and suitable for all kinds of dishes. It is also used as a medicine. Water 8.3%  80/13/08  LA (0.3g) 3:1 (0.1g) ALA
311 kcal

Wooden bowl filled with buckwheat on a dark wooden table (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench)
© Bought from nolonely, fotolia

Buckwheat
Buckwheat is gluten-free, and in studies with diabetic rats it has been shown to be effective in decreasing elevated blood sugar levels. Water 9.8%  81/15/04  LA : ALA
343 kcal

Coconut meat, raw - Cocos nucifera: Two halves show the coconut meat. Behind it ornament.
© Bought from carballo, fotolia

Coconut
Fresh coconut eaten raw tastes especially good as a small snack. You can also grate it and use it to top fruit salads, desserts, or hearty dishes. Water 47.0%  29/06/64  LA : ALA
354 kcal

Young woman smells fresh broccoli with stalk. Brassica oleracea var. Italica.
© Bought from anetlanda, fotolia

Broccoli
Broccoli has a mild, slightly bitter flavor that goes well with garlic, ginger, and soy sauce. The florets, stalk, and leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. Water 89.3%  68/29/04  LA : ALA
34 kcal

Some raw maple of the sort "Nicola" in a heap - Solanum tuberosum.
© CC-by-sa 4.0, Freud, Wikimedia Commons

White potato
The most common type of potatoes grown around the world are white. Like other varieties, they contain solanine and should only be eaten raw in small amounts. Water 81.6%  90/10/01  LA : ALA
69 kcal

Rosemary, fresh - Rosmarinus officinalis - branches with rosemary leaves and flowers.
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Rosemary
Fresh rosemary is a slightly bitter spice and healing herb. In tea, it has an antifungal effect and a positive effect on blood circulation. Water 67.8%  69/11/20  LA (0.4g) 1:1 (0.4g) ALA
131 kcal

Two kohlrabi freshly harvested plus one cut open. - Brassica oleracea (Gongylodes Group)
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Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi is a vegetable commonly grown and eaten in the German-speaking countries. It is similar in taste to broccoli and is eaten raw or cooked. Water 91.0%  78/21/01  LA : ALA
27 kcal

Wholemeal spelled flour - Triticum aestivum L. subsp. spelta - pile on table plus ears and grains.
© Bought from J.Mühlbauer exclus., fotolia

Whole grain spelt flour
Whole grain spelt flour is used primarily for baking. Since spelt contains more gliadin than wheat, spelt dough is more elastic but less stable. Water 13.5%  82/16/02  LA : ALA
330 kcal

Red cabbage resp. blue kraut, raw - Brassica oleracea (Capitata Group), cut open on a table
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Red cabbage
Red cabbage can be used both raw in a salad and cooked for other dishes. It is especially popular because of its mild sweet taste. Water 90.4%  82/16/02  LA : ALA
31 kcal

Garlic granules and garlic powder in two dark containers with garlic lying around.
© Bought from photocrew, fotolia

Garlic powder or granules
Although not quite as natural, garlic powder or garlic granules is a handy alternative to garlic. It is at least five times more concentrated than fresh garlic. Water 6.4%  81/18/01  LA : ALA
331 kcal

Virgin sesame oil in a glass bowl with white sesame seeds around it
© Bought from Elena Schweitzer, Adobe

Sesame oil
Sesame oil is obtained from white and black sesame seeds. It is not only used for cooking but also for skin care and natural remedies. Water 0.0%  00/00/100  LA (41.3g) 138:1 (0.3g) ALA
884 kcal

Raw romaine lettuce head - Lactuca sativa var. logifolia - on a light background.
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Romaine lettuce
Romaine lettuce has a fine-bitter herb taste. It is served raw in salads or steamed as a vegetable dish and contains comparatively high levels of vitamin C. Water 94.6%  68/26/06  LA : ALA
17 kcal

Young woman in bathrobe drinking coconut water with straw directly from coconut.
© Bought from blackday, fotolia

Coconut water
Coconut water is a good thirst quencher. It is 95% water and 4% carbohydrates and is low in calories and fat. The coconut water from young coconuts is best. Water 95.0%  80/16/04  LA : ALA
19 kcal

Soy sauce (Tamari) in a small white ceramic chinese spoon against a background in shades of brown.
© Bought from xamtiw, fotolia

Soy sauce (tamari)
Soy sauce (tamari) is not only used as a dip for sushi. The savory sauce made from soybeans also works well as a marinade and a seasoning for stir-fried dishes. Water 66.0%  34/65/01  LA : ALA
60 kcal

Coconut milk is pulp mashed with water, here in bottle, next to coconut and pieces.
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Coconut milk, raw
Coconut milk has a nutty, fruity flavor. It is used not only in desserts, but is a common ingredient in Asian dishes. Water 67.6%  17/07/75  LA : ALA
230 kcal

Young garden cress - Lepidium sativum - in a plant from the bird's eye view.
© CC-by-sa 3.0, Till Westermayer, Wikipedia

Garden cress
Garden cress is a fast-growing herb with a spicy flavor. Thanks to the healthy ingredients it contains, it can also serve as a nutritional supplement. Water 89.4%  63/30/08  LA : ALA
32 kcal

A bunch of Moroccan mint (Mentha spicata)
© Bought from emer, fotolia

Moroccan mint
Moroccan mint is a cultivar of spearmint. It has a milder flavor than peppermint and is especially well suited for use in a wide variety of recipes. Water 85.6%  68/26/06  LA : ALA
44 kcal

Peppermint on a tablecloth. Thanks to its typical menthol aroma, peppermint is a favorite in many dishes and is also used in toothpaste, chewing gum, and candy.
© CC-by-sa 2.0, Melanie Scherer, Stiftung Gesundheit und Ernährung Schweiz

Peppermint
In tea or as an herb in cooking, it is best to use fresh peppermint. The essential oils it contains are not very concentrated but they have beneficial effects. Water 78.6%  76/19/05  LA : ALA
70 kcal

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