Can you guess the names of these fruits and vegetables? We’ll only show you a little slice of each, so you have to think hard about what’s missing from the picture.
You eat the part called the “spear.” It’s high in vitamin B9.
The large, single seed is surrounded by fruit that is a good source of Vitamin C.
It comes in several colors, all of which are low in calories and high in Vitamin C.
Some varieties you eat raw, but others have to be cooked and put in pies and jams.
For breakfast or a snack, just one half of one grapefruit gives you 76% of the Vitamin C you need every day.
They come in all shapes and sizes. Unlike most vegetables, mushrooms don’t start with a seed, but with something called a spore.
This fruit is full of seeds, and we eat those seeds along with the cooked pumpkin fruit.
It’s a very pretty little vegetable that grows easily in a garden. Plus, just 3 radishes supply 25% of your daily Vitamin C.
We eat spinach leaves cooked and raw. Just a cup of torn up leaves give us a lot of our daily Vitamin A, C and B9.
Although it’s often found in salads, the tomato is a fruit. No matter whether it’s red, yellow, orange or purple, the tomato tastes great.
It’s no surprise that a watermelon is mostly water. But you might be surprised to learn this fruit is sometimes shaped like a box.
Low in fat, high in water, the zucchini might come to your table fried, baked or even ground up in a chocolate cake.