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  • Scallions

    Scallion, commonly known as green onion, spring onion, or salad onion, is a small onion with long leaves that are considered a necessity in many recipes. The green onion's medicinal part is its stem. It works as well as an antipyretic, expectorant, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal. It is effective against colds, headaches, chills to the stomach, indigestion, and also for insomnia. The white stem contains a lot of glucose and allyl sulfides. Use it is a raw condiment to many foods by finely chopping the fresh white stem. 

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  • Serrano Peppers

    Serrano Peppers are used as a chili pepper. They add flavor and taste to a food item when balanced with the right amount of salt.

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  • Spinach

    Spinach is a green, leafy vegetable that is cheap and affordable for everyone. It is a rich source of minerals, vitamins, pigments and phytonutrients. All of these together make spinach very beneficial for a number of vital processes. Due to the vast range of benefits from this vegetable, it is advisable to consume spinach on a regular basis. Visit this Site for information about Spinach. SpinachSpinach Spinach CookedSpinach Cooked

  • Strawberries

    Delicious, rich-red, sweet, yet gently tangy strawberries are among the most popular berries. These berries are native to Europe, however, nowadays cultivated in many temperate regions all over the world.

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