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Varied diet

Different category of food products related to: Oils, Olives, Drinks, Cookies, Coffee, Spices, drained fruit, biscuits, quince, honey, potatoes

Varied diet There are 52 products.


  • Oils

    The word oil (from the Arabic az-zait, olive juice, and it's zayta Aramaic) is a generic to designate many different origins fatty liquids that do not dissolve in water and have lower density than this terminal. It is synonymous with oil (Latin oleum), but this term is used for the sacraments of the Catholic Church and in the art of painting only. Originally it designated to olive oil, but the word has been generalized to denominate vegetable, animal or mineral.

  • Olives

    Olive (الزيتونة Arab az-Zaytuna) is the fruit of the olive tree. It is also known as oil. The plant comes from Greece and Asia Minor, where forests can still be found wild olive (olive trees), without the characteristic alignment (sign of plant cultivation) of other countries.

  • Sugar glass

    Sugar Glass category.

  • Beverages

    Drink any fluid is ingested and although the drink par excellence is water, the term refers quintessential alcoholic beverages and soft drinks. Infusions are also an example of massive use of drinks. Its main object quench thirst, drinking certain beverages, particularly spirits, has not infrequently been linked to the celebration of religious rituals (eg take the Eucharist from a Catholic rite), and its use today, maybe as a reminiscence of those rites, very common in social gatherings and celebrations.

  • Pastries

    The bakery is a generic term that groups together buns (usually sweet). Its main component is the dough in various forms. The development of industrial manufacturing bakery has led to an abuse of this type of food, high-calorie, especially in children. That has made often be associated with junk food. In European cuisines, traditional and handmade pastries is an important part of the diet and is consumed daily for breakfast and snacks.

  • Preserves

    It is called preserving the result of the process of handling food in such a way that it prevents or slows down its deterioration (loss of quality, edibility or nutritional values). This is usually achieved by avoiding the growth of natural grass, yeasts, fungi and other microorganisms, as well as delaying the oxidation of the fats that cause their rancidity. Preserves also include processes that inhibit the natural discoloration that can occur during food preparation, such as the enzymatic browning reaction that occurs after cutting.

  • Cous cous

    Products cous cous of Dari home.

  • Sausages and hams

    In food a piece is called sausage, usually of minced meat and seasoned with aromatic herbs and different spices (paprika, pepper, garlic, rosemary, thyme, clove, ginger, nutmeg, etc.) that is introduced ("sausage" ) in pork gut skin.

    Ham (or leg, leg, leg) is the generic name of the food product obtained from the hind legs of the pig. In Spain, the most common ham preparation is salted raw and cured naturally. The front legs of the pig, despite having an identical elaboration process, are called palette or shoulder.

  • Spices

    The Latin "species", a spice is a condiment and flavoring plant used for seasoning or preserving food. Spices are the seeds or bark of aromatic plants, although the term is often also used to name the leaves of certain herbs.

  • Drained fruit

    Candied fruit is that fruit is dipped in syrup and cooking so then you lose your indoor humidity and achieve well keep it. Candied fruits are often used in the manufacture of certain buns, made of simple part of the typical Spanish Christmas cakes.

  • Cookies

    Cookie (French galette) is a baked pie, made with a paste made of flour, butter, sugar and eggs. In addition to those listed as basic, cookies may include other ingredients that make the variety is great. They can be savory or sweet, simple or stuffed, or with different aggregates of things (such as nuts, chocolate, jam and others).

  • Quince

    The quince is the fruit of the quince tree of family Rosaceae which reaches about 4 meters high. This family includes more than 2,000 species of herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees distributed in temperate regions around the world. Major European fruit, in addition to Rose, belong to this great family.

  • Marmalades

    Marmalade is a canned fruit cooked in sugar. Although the proportion of fruit and sugar varies depending on the type of jam, the ripening point of the fruit and other factors, the usual starting point is that it be in a 1: 1 proportion by weight, its composition and preparation is different from the jelly or jam.

  • Honey

    Honey is a sweet and viscous fluid produced by bees from the nectar of flowers or secretions of living parts of plants or excretions of plant sucking insects. The bees collect, transform and combine with the enzyme invertase containing the saliva of bees and stored in honeycombs where it matures. In addition honey is a secretion that was previously consumed by them.

  • Potatoes

    The word "potato" is a loanword from the Castilian. Turn the Castilian word is another loan from the Quechua language, the word Pope and the same meaning. The junction of the word potato (sweet potato), originating word of the island of Hispaniola, and Pope turned "potato". Initially the conquistadors used the term kick, due to the similarity of forms, both the pope and sweet potatoes. From the Castilian term is exported to other languages, due mainly to the tuber it is met by importing this from Castilian lands.

  • Sauces

    In gastronomy sauce is called a liquid mixture of cold or hot ingredients that are intended to accompany a dish. Sauces not only affect the sensations of taste and smell, they can offer different colors that affect the appearance of a dish and sometimes orchestrate different sensations at the same time.

  • Mushrooms

    The mushrooms are the sporocarps, or fruiting bodies, of a set of multicellular fungi (basidiomycetes) that includes many species. They usually grow in the humidity provided by the shade of the trees, but also in any humid environment and in low light. Some species are edible and others are poisonous, and there are even several with psychoactive effects.

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