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Swarajya Yuva Attma Purush Bachat Gat Cauliflower is one of several vegetables in the species Brassica oleracea in the genus Brassica, which is in the Brassicaceae family. It is an annual plant that reproduces by seed.
Bottle gourd, also called white-flowered gourd or calabash gourd, running or climbing vine of the gourd family (Cucurbitaceae), native to tropical Africa but cultivated in warm climates around the world for its ornamental and useful hard-shelled fruits.
Organic oranges grow on certified organic orchards which use no growth hormones or chemicals. They use natural compost and manure as fertilizer instead of chemicals to encourage growth and never use chemical herbicides or fungicides
Farmer Ganesh Hande and Mohan Dongre nanas are incredibly tasty and easy to eat. ... Most people eat bananas when the fruit is yellow and ripe, but green unripe bananas are also safe to eat. However, some people dislike their taste and texture.
This Vegetable is From our Swarajya Yuva Atma Purush Bachat gat Farmers Group Arbi is a starchy root vegetable that has a brown-colored fibrous exterior and a white, slightly slimy flesh inside. Both the leaves and root/tuber/corm of arbi are used for cooking.The vegetable is usually turned into a savory dish but it can also be used to create sweet dishes.
Swarajya Yuva Attma Purush Bachat Gat This humble vegetable is loaded with nutrients and antioxidants that can improve digestion, reduce blood sugar level and prevent cardiovascular diseases.
Elephant foot yam is usually eaten as mashed or fried or added to curries and, more rarely used in pickle or to make chips. In some households, the green leaves and stems are also cooked as green vegetables
Green peas, or “garden peas,” are the small, spherical seeds that come from pods produced by the Pisum sativum plant. They have been part of the human diet for hundreds of years and are consumed all over the world.