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Vegetables
White Cabbage
A dense white cabbage
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Broccoli
Broccoli is an edible green plant in the cabbage family whose large, flowering head is eaten as a vegetable
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Red Onion
Red onions are an attractive, milder alternative to the white onion with their shiny purple skin and red-tinged flesh.
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Cooking Onions
White onions. Varieties of onion differ in size, strength and colour. The white onion is the most commonly known variety; it has pale golden skin, greenish-white flesh and a strong taste.
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Courgette
The courgette is a variety of cucurbit, which means it's from the same family as cucumber, squash and melon. It is the most popular vegetable of the squash family
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Mushrooms
Large flat mushrooms or open cup mushrooms. A mushroom is the fleshy spore bearing fruiting body of a fungus.
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Spinach
A leafy green edible flowering plant.
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Butternut Squash
A member of the Squash family often used in soups.It has yellow skin and orange fleshy pulp. When ripe, it turns increasingly deep orange, and becomes sweeter and richer.
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Red Cabbage
A dense red cabbage
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Spring Green
A leafy green cabbage. Spring green is a loose leaf cabbage that doesn`t form a firm head or heart.
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Leeks
The leek is a vegetable that belongs to the onion and garlic family. The leek is a versatile vegetable that, chopped and combined with carrot, celery and onion, makes a great base for soups or stews.
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Carrot
The carrot is a root vegetable, usually orange in colour. The carrot is a member of the parsley family and is related to the parsnip, celery and fennel. Eaten raw or briefly cooked, carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A.
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Celeriac
A root vegetable of the celery family. Celeriac can be roasted, stewed, blanched or mashed.
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Shallots
Shallots are a sub-species of onion, they are small and boast a delicate flavour integral to French cooking.
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Green Cabbage
Savoy or Primo or Hispi Cabbage. Primo cabbage has a smooth leafed firm head, and savoy has crinkly leaves.
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Bunch Carrot
A bunch of carrots with green tops
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Swede
A large root vegetable often boiled and mashed. Also known as rutabaga in the USA, and confusingly as turnips or 'neeps' in Scotland, swede took its English name around the 1780s when Sweden began exporting a lot of its crop
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Parsnip
A root vegetable closely related to the carrot and parsley, great for stews roasting and soups
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Turnip
A root vegetable ideal for stews
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Cauliflower
The cauliflower is a vegetable that has an edible flowering head
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Grapes
White Grapes
A bunch of white seedless grapes in a bag ready to eat. Grapes are a fruiting berry from the grape vine
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Red Grapes
A bunch of red seedless grapes in a bag ready to eat. Red grapes are only two genes different to white grapes
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Potatoes
White Potatoes
Normally Wilja or Marfona, ideal for mashing, chipping, roasting and boiling
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Sweet Potato
A red flesh sweet potato often used as an alternative mashing potato
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Pre-Packed potatoes
Washed white potatoes in a 2 kilo bag usually Estima
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Baby Potatoes
Small washed white potatoes ideal for salads
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Baking Potatoes
Large Washed Estima ready for baking
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Apples
Green Apples
Granny Smiths or Golden Delicious. Green apples are high in dietry fibre and low in calories.
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Red Apples
Royal Gala and Braeburn. The Braeburn is a world wide variety that originated in New Zealand
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Bramleys
A large apple primarily for cooking. Bramleys originated in Nottinghamshire and are named after a butcher called Matthew Bramley
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Oranges
Oranges
A round orange citrus fruit Oranges are round citrus fruits with finely-textured skins that are, of course, orange in colour just like their pulpy flesh the skin can vary in thickness from very thin to very thick.
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Tomatoes
Tomatoes
Tomatoes are in fact a fruit and a member of the nightshade family with aubergines, peppers and chillies
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Cherry Tomatoes
fresh sweet baby tomatoes in a punnet
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Vine Tomatoes
Tomatoes still attached to the vine.
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Beefsteak
a large tomato with a meaty texture and a sweet mellow flavour usually used for cooking.
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Pineapple
Pineapple
A large very juicy citrus fruit high in Vitamin C. Pineapples are a composite of many flowers whose individual fruitlets fuse together around a central core.
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Lemons
Lemons
A sour Citrus fruit used mainly for cooking or salads
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Pears
Williams Pears
One of the most popular Pears
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Conference Pears
Conference pears are a great alternative to apples.Pears are very delicate and bruise easily when ripe.
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Grapefruit
White Grapefruit
A large semi sweet fruit often eaten at breakfast
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Pink Grapefruit
A pink flesh Grapefruit often used for juice
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Lettuce
Iceberg
A dense lettuce,Iceberg has a cool, crisp taste. It adds lots of crunch to a sandwich!
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Flat Lettuce
A green lettuce with soft leaves
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Chinese Leaf
Can be cooked like a cabbage or eaten raw like a lettuce
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Little Gem
two small dense lettuces in a packet
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Cucumber
Cucumber
A whole Cucumber
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Bananas
Bananas
a great source of energy. The most common type in the UK is Cavendish - the longer ones tend to come from Latin America, as they pick them later, and the smaller ones from the Caribbean, where they pick earlier.
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Spring Onion
Spring Onions
A bunch of salad onions
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Aubergine
Aubergine
Sometimes called an Egg Plant
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Peppers
Peppers
A pack of assorted coloured peppers also called Capsicums
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Celery
Celery
A whole Celery in a packet to keep it fresh
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Avocadoes
Avocadoes
A single seeded salad fruit
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Radish
Bunch Radish
A bunch of fresh radish with tops
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Beetroot
Beetroot
A vacuum pack of cooked Beetroot
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Water Cress
Water Cress
Local bunch Water Cress from Warnford
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Kiwi Fruit
Kiwi
A kiwi fruit is hairy on the outside and soft in the middle. It is one of the only fruits to be green when it is ripe. One kiwi fruit contains all the vitamin C you need for a whole day
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Garlic
Garlic
Fresh Garlic bulbs in a pack of 4
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Melons
Galia Melon
A smaller sweeter melon. Galia melons are a hybrid melon originally from Israel. They resemble a cantaloupe on the outside and a honeydew on the inside
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Honeydew Melon
Honeydew melons grow on trailing vines along the ground. There are THOUSANDS of different kinds of melon - they all have a hard outside, which you can't eat, and a juicy sweet inside that you can eat
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