Fruits and Vegetables Quiz: Guess from the Photos

Fruits and Vegetables Quiz: Guess from the Photos
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Fruits and vegetables are indispensable sources of vitamins and simple foods that taste delicious. Some of them are frequent guests on our table, while others we call exotic and have never even tasted.

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This plant got its botanical name in honor of its discoverer, the Portuguese naturalist.

1. This plant got its botanical name in honor of its discoverer, the Portuguese naturalist.

A hybrid between this plant and an apricot is called a plemkot, and a plemkot hybrid with the same plant is called a pluot.

2. A hybrid between this plant and an apricot is called a plemkot, and a plemkot hybrid with the same plant is called a pluot.

The fleshy petioles of this plant are used as food and used to make compotes and jam. They are also used as a filling for pies.

3. The fleshy petioles of this plant are used as food and used to make compotes and jam. They are also used as a filling for pies.

Mention of the fruit of this plant can be found in the XXIV song of Homer's Odyssey.

4. Mention of the fruit of this plant can be found in the XXIV song of Homer's Odyssey.

Only the fruits of this plant of the nightshade family are edible. In ancient Rome and Greece there was a belief that eating these fruits led to insanity.

5. Only the fruits of this plant of the nightshade family are edible. In ancient Rome and Greece there was a belief that eating these fruits led to insanity.

The fruit of this plant is covered with a centimeter-long inedible peel. The flesh, consisting of several segments, is edible. Its leaves are used in folk medicine to treat dysentery.

6. The fruit of this plant is covered with a centimeter-long inedible peel. The flesh, consisting of several segments, is edible. Its leaves are used in folk medicine to treat dysentery.

This is the fruit of a tropical liana known to us as passiflora or passion flower.

7. This is the fruit of a tropical liana known to us as passiflora or passion flower.

The French name for this plant is derived from the word pie, derived from the resemblance of its fruit to this confectionery.

8. The French name for this plant is derived from the word pie, derived from the resemblance of its fruit to this confectionery.

This root vegetable is a subspecies of radish, but unlike it does not contain mustard oils.

9. This root vegetable is a subspecies of radish, but unlike it does not contain mustard oils.

In China, the main producer of this plant, it has been known since the 2nd century B.C.

10. In China, the main producer of this plant, it has been known since the 2nd century B.C.

The plant is native to the Malacca Peninsula. It is used as fresh food and in the preparation of juices and drinks.

11. The plant is native to the Malacca Peninsula. It is used as fresh food and in the preparation of juices and drinks.

This vegetable is eaten unripe. Its juicy fruit contains 90 to 94 percent water.

12. This vegetable is eaten unripe. Its juicy fruit contains 90 to 94 percent water.

The unopened basket of the future flower is consumed as a vegetable in this plant.

13. The unopened basket of the future flower is consumed as a vegetable in this plant.

This variety of cabbage has the stem as its edible part. It has been known as a cultivated vegetable since the days of ancient Rome.

14. This variety of cabbage has the stem as its edible part. It has been known as a cultivated vegetable since the days of ancient Rome.

The fruits of this plant are the largest fruits growing on trees. They can weigh up to 34 kg.

15. The fruits of this plant are the largest fruits growing on trees. They can weigh up to 34 kg.

For food, this plant uses bulb slices, leaf arrows, and flower stalks of young plants.

16. For food, this plant uses bulb slices, leaf arrows, and flower stalks of young plants.

This plant is better known to us as a nut, but in its native land the sprawling, fleshy stalk (apple-cajun) is used as a fruit.

17. This plant is better known to us as a nut, but in its native land the sprawling, fleshy stalk (apple-cajun) is used as a fruit.

This plant is one of the oldest in cultural vegetable production. According to some estimates, it was introduced into culture more than 40 centuries ago.

18. This plant is one of the oldest in cultural vegetable production. According to some estimates, it was introduced into culture more than 40 centuries ago.

This plant is also known as "ground pear" and "Jerusalem artichoke. It has long been used as a food by North American Indians. It was introduced into Europe at the beginning of the 16th century.

19. This plant is also known as "ground pear" and "Jerusalem artichoke. It has long been used as a food by North American Indians. It was introduced into Europe at the beginning of the 16th century.

If you dry this fruit without a pit, it is called apricots, if with a pit it is called apricots, and if you take out the pit before drying, remove the kernel and put it back, it is called ashtak-pashtak.

20. If you dry this fruit without a pit, it is called apricots, if with a pit it is called apricots, and if you take out the pit before drying, remove the kernel and put it back, it is called ashtak-pashtak.