December 2022

Mr Orange

Mr Orange “Citrus fruit with fragrant leathery skin and juicy flesh. Oranges originated around 4000 B.C. in Southeast Asia, from which they spread to India.” 4 facts about me… 1 “Oranges can be sweet or sour..” 2 “Sweet Orange is the most widely grown citrus fruit in the world.” 3 “Inside an orange is divided

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Princess Pear

Princess Pear “Pears are one of the highest-fiber fruits and contains a fair amount of vitamins C, K, B2, B3, and B6.” 4 facts about me… 1 “There are over 3000 varieties of pears around the world.” 2 “Pears were first found in China.” 3 “Each variety varies in size, shape, sweetness and crispness.” 4

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Lady Tomato

Lady Tomato “A Tomato is defined as a fruit because they form from a flower and contain seeds. However, they are used like a vegetable.” 4 facts about me… 1 “Good source of potassium, vitamin C & K, potassium, folate.” 2 “There are 10,000 varieties.” 3 “Most consumed veg in the world.” 4 “Contains lycopene,

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Miss Carrot

Miss Carrot “Fresh carrots should be firm and crisp with a smooth skin. Contains Vitamin A, helps with the health of the eyes, bones and teeth.” 4 facts about me… 1 “Bright orange colour indicates high carotene content.” 2 “Smaller types are the most tender.” 3 “Variants come in purple, black, red, white and yellow.”

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Dragon Fruit Power

Dragon Fruit Power “Pollination of the Dragon Fruit plant is done by nocturnal creatures, like moths and bats.” 4 facts about me… 1 “Grows on a cactus that blooms for one night per fruit cycle.” 2 “Rich in Vitamins and Minerals.” 3 “Has a mild sweet flavour, similar blend of pear and kiwi.” 4 “Comes

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Mr Broccoli

Mr Broccoli “Broccoli is high in nutrients including Vitamin C, K, Iron and Potassium.” 4 facts about me… 1 “I belong to the cabbage family.” 2 “Normally green, but variants of white and purple.” 3 “Gently steamed provides the most health benefits.” 4 “Was invented by crossing cauliflower seeds and pea seeds.” Related Posts

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