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Artichoke[edit | edit source]

Slightly resembles a thistle. Only a small portion of this vegetable is eaten.

Asparagus[edit | edit source]

A thick, green shoot, with a feather-like tip.

Beans[edit | edit source]

A handful of various edible seeds.

Beetroot[edit | edit source]

Dark red and just small enough to fit in the hand.

Bell Pepper[edit | edit source]

A large, sweet pepper.

Bou Wheat[edit | edit source]

The grains of a type of wheat known to Bormar.

Broccoli[edit | edit source]

The ends of the broccoli stalk have hundreds of tiny, edible flower buds.

Brussel Sprout[edit | edit source]

A tiny variety of cabbage that can be eaten in a single bite.

Cabbage[edit | edit source]

A large vegetable that is surrounded by many edible leaves.

Cassava[edit | edit source]

The starchy, tuberous root of some variety of tree.

Cauliflower[edit | edit source]

Large green leaves surround a white head which resembles a cloud.

Celery[edit | edit source]

Crunchy but often seen as an acquired taste.

Chickpea[edit | edit source]

A large, round seed, often mashed into a paste.

Chili Pepper[edit | edit source]

Ranges from rich and flavoursome, to powerfully hot and spicy. Be careful when you eat these raw!

Cucumber[edit | edit source]

A long, green vegetable, with crunchy, watery flesh.

Eggplant[edit | edit source]

Smooth and purple, the skin of the eggplant almost resembles leather.

Garlic[edit | edit source]

A very strong tasting and smelling bulb. Has a multitude of uses.

Golden Rye[edit | edit source]

Named for its resemblance to the rye plant, it has a long, yellow stalk that can be eaten raw.

Leek[edit | edit source]

A large, elongated vegetable with a white base and long, green leaves.

Lettuce[edit | edit source]

Comprised of many large leaves wrapped around one another in a ball.

Onion[edit | edit source]

A large bulb with a strong smell and taste. Can be eaten raw, but is very often roasted.

Parsnip[edit | edit source]

Similar to a carrot, the parsnip has a light-yellow colouring and a slightly sweeter taste.

Peas[edit | edit source]

Small green seeds that form in pods.

Peate Seed[edit | edit source]

Found in swampland, the seeds are large enough to eat as a snack.

Poff Grass[edit | edit source]

A thick leaf that tries to hold onto as much water as possible, despite being found in boggy marshlands.

Radish[edit | edit source]

Light red and strong tasting, this small bulb can be grown at home.

Savannah[edit | edit source]

With bitter flesh and a large stone in the middle, they are not the most popular of fruits.

Rhubarb[edit | edit source]

Farmers have long insisted that the best way to grow rhubarb is to simply leave it alone.

Slemp[edit | edit source]

A large leaf about the thickness of a finger. Once cut, it tends to lose its flavour very quickly.

Squash[edit | edit source]

Often varies in size, shape and colour, squash is a variety of pumpkin.

Sweet Potato[edit | edit source]

With light brown skin but vivid orange flesh, sweet potato gets its name from its taste when roasted.

Tomato[edit | edit source]

A glossy red fruit that is most often prepared as though it were a vegetable.

Turnip[edit | edit source]

A white root that turns to purple near the leaves. Large specimens can be the size of a head.

Water Fig[edit | edit source]

Similar in size and shape to the fig, this has a crunchy texture and is found growing near riversides.