Yes, but the seeds found in supermarket cucumbers are immature (otherwise cucumbers would be full of chewy seeds). Immature seeds will not grow, but cucumber seeds are sold (f…ully mature) in most garden centres.(MORE)
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No. Peanut butter is, at its most basic, ground peanuts (sugar or salt is sometimes added). The consistency, creamy and suggestive of butter, is actually due to the peanut sol…ids being in suspension in the peanut oil that is released when the peanuts are ground up.(MORE)
Peppers, like tomatoes, meet the biological definition of fruit, which is, an edible portion of a plant containing seeds (strictly speaking, some fruit don't contain seeds bec…ause seedless varieties have been bred, but they still qualify because they did originally contain seeds) but in terms of cuisine, they are generally considered to be vegetables.(MORE)
All meat is protein, and ham is the rump or thigh meat from pig, so it qualifies as a protein. According to USDA and depending on the cut and manufacture, ham consists of abou…t 17 to 20% protein, with anywhere from 5 to 9% fat, about 4% carbohydrate and the rest mostly water.(MORE)
Yes. Some growers recommend that blueberries be frozen dry and without washing. Try freezing them in a single layer on a tray. Overnight should do nicely. Then pour them into …a sealable container or bag. ID the container with contents and date.(MORE)
After breaking open a cocunut, you cut the white meat found inside the husk into small pieces, then put in a blender with enough water to cover the coconut and then blend. Aft…er blending strain or squeeze to obtain the coconut milk. The water found inside the husk is called coconut water. This water is slightly sweet and very nutritious. The easiest way to get to it is to drill or punch a hole in the shell.(MORE)