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Butternut squash, a winter squash that is technically a fruit, is typically roasted to soften the inner orangey pulp before being eaten, with the skin typically peeled (although it is edible) and the seeds scooped out (also edible raw or roasted) while brushed with cooking oil and seasoned. The orange fleshy pulp is abundant with carotenoids, that helps protect your body from lung and oral cavity cancers. Pair cinnamon, nutmeg, Parmesan cheese, butter, red onions, or sage. #butternutsquash

Butternut squash, a winter squash that is technically a fruit, is typically roasted to soften the inner orangey pulp before being eaten, with the skin typically peeled (although it is edible) and the seeds scooped out (also edible raw or roasted) while brushed with cooking oil and seasoned. The orange fleshy pulp is abundant with carotenoids, that helps protect your body from lung and oral cavity cancers. Pair cinnamon, nutmeg, Parmesan cheese, butter, red onions, or sage. #butternutsquash

the 'King of Italian cheeses' is a hard, granular cheese made from raw cow's milk, where the name parmigiano-reggiano is region protected under law in Italy and recognized by the European Union. True parmigiano-reggiano cheese has a complex sharp, fruit/nutty taste with a strong savory palette. Imitation cheeses - which are still great, that are produced outside of Italy are simply called parmesan cheese. Pair with balsamic vinegar, walnuts, olive oil, figs or risotto. #parmesancheese

the 'King of Italian cheeses' is a hard, granular cheese made from raw cow's milk, where the name parmigiano-reggiano is region protected under law in Italy and recognized by the European Union. True parmigiano-reggiano cheese has a complex sharp, fruit/nutty taste with a strong savory palette. Imitation cheeses - which are still great, that are produced outside of Italy are simply called parmesan cheese. Pair with balsamic vinegar, walnuts, olive oil, figs or risotto. #parmesancheese

The incredible, edible egg is one of the most versatile culinary ingredients. Eggs supply all of the essential amino acids for humans, which have been termed as a ‘complete protein’ ingredient.  The egg yolk contains Vitamins A, D and E, which also hold all of the fat content, and about half of the protein. Free-range hens have less overall cholesterol in their eggs, and a higher quantity of omega-3 fatty acids.  Pair with feta or parmesan cheeses, spinach, bacon, kale, basil, or asparagus…

The incredible, edible egg is one of the most versatile culinary ingredients. Eggs supply all of the essential amino acids for humans, which have been termed as a ‘complete protein’ ingredient. The egg yolk contains Vitamins A, D and E, which also hold all of the fat content, and about half of the protein. Free-range hens have less overall cholesterol in their eggs, and a higher quantity of omega-3 fatty acids. Pair with feta or parmesan cheeses, spinach, bacon, kale, basil, or asparagus…

The Alligator Pear is a superfood that has twice the amount of potassium as bananas, and 4g of protein. Research shows adding avocados to a salad can increase carotenoid anti-oxidant absorption from other vegetables by 200-400%. Oleic acid comprises half of the fat content, that helps the digestive tract absorb carotenoids, and reduce the risk of heart disease due to its mono-unsaturated fatty acid structure. Pair with lime juice, crab, red onions, vinegar, sour cream, or cilantro  #avocado

The Alligator Pear is a superfood that has twice the amount of potassium as bananas, and 4g of protein. Research shows adding avocados to a salad can increase carotenoid anti-oxidant absorption from other vegetables by 200-400%. Oleic acid comprises half of the fat content, that helps the digestive tract absorb carotenoids, and reduce the risk of heart disease due to its mono-unsaturated fatty acid structure. Pair with lime juice, crab, red onions, vinegar, sour cream, or cilantro #avocado

Walnuts have a green, leathery husk that encapsulates the hard wrinkly shell with the edible seed. Walnuts have a high protein content, and healthy fat concentration. Omega 3 and 6 fats help cell growth, blood clotting and optimal function of our immune system while also improving cognitive function in the brain. Also, they help reduce LDL ( ‘bad’ ) cholesterol levels which can lead to coronary heart disease.  Pair them with honey, pears, blue cheese, orange juice or vanilla. #walnuts

Walnuts have a green, leathery husk that encapsulates the hard wrinkly shell with the edible seed. Walnuts have a high protein content, and healthy fat concentration. Omega 3 and 6 fats help cell growth, blood clotting and optimal function of our immune system while also improving cognitive function in the brain. Also, they help reduce LDL ( ‘bad’ ) cholesterol levels which can lead to coronary heart disease. Pair them with honey, pears, blue cheese, orange juice or vanilla. #walnuts

Cinnamon is from the wild tree genus Cinnamomum. The branches are prepared and dried to form cinnamon sticks, which are then grounded into a powder. It has been used for thousands of years in medical applications, such as treating coughing, arthritis, muscle spasms, vomiting, and loss of appetite. Research shows that cinnamaldehyde – a chemical found in cassia cinnamon, can help treat fungal and bacterial infections. Pair it with nutmeg, blueberries, apples, ginger, or chocolate. #cinnamon

Cinnamon is from the wild tree genus Cinnamomum. The branches are prepared and dried to form cinnamon sticks, which are then grounded into a powder. It has been used for thousands of years in medical applications, such as treating coughing, arthritis, muscle spasms, vomiting, and loss of appetite. Research shows that cinnamaldehyde – a chemical found in cassia cinnamon, can help treat fungal and bacterial infections. Pair it with nutmeg, blueberries, apples, ginger, or chocolate. #cinnamon

Oranges contain not only a powerful anti-oxidant in Vitamin C, but a variety of phytonutrients. Compounds such as citrus flavanones, specifically the herperidin molecule, have been studied and shown to be able to lower high blood pressure. Its found in the white fleshy pulp, making eating oranges healthier than just drinking the juice. Orange juice prevents cholesterol from oxidizing, which leads to the build up and clogging of artery walls. Pair with chocolate, lemons, onions, or mint…

Oranges contain not only a powerful anti-oxidant in Vitamin C, but a variety of phytonutrients. Compounds such as citrus flavanones, specifically the herperidin molecule, have been studied and shown to be able to lower high blood pressure. Its found in the white fleshy pulp, making eating oranges healthier than just drinking the juice. Orange juice prevents cholesterol from oxidizing, which leads to the build up and clogging of artery walls. Pair with chocolate, lemons, onions, or mint…

White Cheddar Cheese is the most popular cheese in the UK. It originated in the village of Cheddar in South West England, where it was matured in the caves of Cheddar Gorge. Sometimes the cheese has a subtle acid taste, giving it the name ‘Sharp Cheddar.’ It’s made from dairy curds and whey which are separated using an enzyme.  Pair it with apples, French bread, garlic, thyme, or cider. #newyork #cheese #cheddar

White Cheddar Cheese is the most popular cheese in the UK. It originated in the village of Cheddar in South West England, where it was matured in the caves of Cheddar Gorge. Sometimes the cheese has a subtle acid taste, giving it the name ‘Sharp Cheddar.’ It’s made from dairy curds and whey which are separated using an enzyme. Pair it with apples, French bread, garlic, thyme, or cider. #newyork #cheese #cheddar

Rosemary, ‘dew of the sea,’ is a Mediterranean herb with needle-like leaves that has a strong ‘pine-tree-like’ fragrance.  It has been used in history as a symbol in the form of rosemary sprigs as a way of remembrance during weddings, funerals, and war commemorations. It has a bitter, astringent taste and it is advised to use rosemary early in the cooking process.  Rosemary is high in iron, calcium and Vitamin B6. Pair pork, garlic, fish, potatoes, onions or tomatoes. #rosemary

Rosemary, ‘dew of the sea,’ is a Mediterranean herb with needle-like leaves that has a strong ‘pine-tree-like’ fragrance. It has been used in history as a symbol in the form of rosemary sprigs as a way of remembrance during weddings, funerals, and war commemorations. It has a bitter, astringent taste and it is advised to use rosemary early in the cooking process. Rosemary is high in iron, calcium and Vitamin B6. Pair pork, garlic, fish, potatoes, onions or tomatoes. #rosemary

Pecan, meaning a nut requiring a stone to crack, is technically a fruit with a single pit surrounded by a husk with the nut being the edible seed that develops from the endocarp layer of the husk. They are high in oleic acid which helps reduce the ‘bad cholesterol.' They pack a lot of energy in a small amount, like 700 calories per 100g of weight, while also having a significant amount of Vitamin E, potassium, iron, and calcium.  Pair maple syrup, bananas, bourbon, vanilla, or honey. #pecans

Pecan, meaning a nut requiring a stone to crack, is technically a fruit with a single pit surrounded by a husk with the nut being the edible seed that develops from the endocarp layer of the husk. They are high in oleic acid which helps reduce the ‘bad cholesterol.' They pack a lot of energy in a small amount, like 700 calories per 100g of weight, while also having a significant amount of Vitamin E, potassium, iron, and calcium. Pair maple syrup, bananas, bourbon, vanilla, or honey. #pecans

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