Bananas are enjoyed by people all over the world and are often eaten as a convenient and portable snack. They are a good source of dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin B6. Bananas are also a popular ingredient in many recipes, including smoothies, baked goods, and savory dishes. // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
If you didn't know, botanically a grapes are classified as berries. They are usually eaten fresh or used for making wine, grape juice, jam, jelly, vinegar, grape seed oil, or dried as raisins, sultanas and currants. Raw grapes are 81% water, 18% carbohydrates, 1% protein. A 100-gram reference amount of raw grapes supplies 288 kilojoules (69 kilocalories) of energy and a moderate amount of vitamin K (14% of the Daily Value). Grapes contain a negligible amount of fats.
Round, green in color, 3–6 centimeters in diameter, limes are a rich source of vitamin C, are sour, and are often used in foods and beverages. Lime juice is used to make limeade, and as an ingredient in many cocktails. The lime is a common ingredient in authentic Mexican, Vietnamese, Indian, Persian, and Thai dishes. If you didn't know, there are several species of citrus fruits that are called lime: Key lime, Persian lime, kaffir lime, and desert lime. So what are you waiting for? Click start, put the fresh limes back together and complete today's fun puzzle!
Kohlrabi (also called German turnip or turnip cabbage), scientifically known as "Brassica oleracea", is a vegetable that belongs to the Brassicaceae family, which includes cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower. It be consumed raw or cooked. The flesh of kohlrabi is crisp and crunchy, with a mildly sweet and slightly peppery flavor. Both the bulb and the leaves are edible, and they have a taste similar to a combination of cabbage and broccoli. It is a good source of vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, and dietary fiber. It is also low in calories, making it a healthy addition to various dishes. Do you like kohlrabi? Have you ever had it? Solve this fun puzzle and let us know. Have fun!
Celery root, also called celeriac, knob celery, and turnip-rooted celery is a variety of celery cultivated for its edible stem and shoots. Celeriac is edible raw or cooked, and tastes similar to the leaf stalks of common celery cultivars. It may used as an ingredient in soups, casseroles, roasted, stewed, or blanched.
In today's puzzle we feature some delicious pears. About 3000 known varieties of pears are grown worldwide, which vary in both shape and taste. Pears are eaten fresh, canned, as juice, dried or turned into jellies and jams. So what are you waiting for? Put the pieces back together and complete this new jigsaw. Have fun!
Featuring a close-up of oranges and lemons on a plate, this puzzle not only challenges your puzzle solving skills but also highlights the nutritional powerhouse that these citrus fruits are. Oranges and lemons, both citrus fruits, share a wealth of nutritional benefits. Renowned for their high vitamin C content, these fruits play a vital role in supporting the immune system and promoting healthy skin through collagen synthesis. Beyond vitamin C, they offer dietary fiber, aiding in digestion and blood sugar regulation. Rich in antioxidants such as flavonoids, carotenoids, and ascorbic acid, oranges and lemons collectively combat oxidative stress in the body. The citric acid found in lemons contributes to digestion by stimulating the production of digestive juices. Additionally, lemons provide a modest amount of potassium, supporting blood pressure regulation and heart health.
Peppers are widely used in many cuisines and come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and flavors. In this new puzzle we feature lots and lots of red chili peppers. Chili peppers originated in Bolivia and were first cultivated in Mexico. When used fresh, they are most often prepared and eaten like a vegetable. They can also be dried and then crushed or ground into chili powder that is used as a spice or seasoning.
If you didn't already know, pineapples grow as a small shrub and are indigenous to South America. The individual flowers the unpollinated pineapple plant fuse to form a multiple fruit - the pineapple fruit featured in this puzzle. The pineapple fruit is a rich source of manganese (44% Daily Value, DV) and vitamin C (58% DV).
In this new food themed puzzle we feature an assortment of ripe and juicy fruits. We've got red and white grapes, apples, plumbs, peaches, pears and cherries. If you didn't already know, most fruits provide significant amounts of fiber and water, and many are generally high in vitamins and minerals. So what are you waiting for? Grab a piece of fruit and relax with today's puzzle. Have fun!
The lentil is grown around the world as food crop. It is an annual plant known for its edible lens-shaped seeds. The seeds grow in pods, usually with two seeds in each. Lentils can be eaten boiled, soaked, germinated, fried or baked. Split lentils are often cooked into a thick curry/gravy that is usually eaten with rice.
In this puzzle, you'll piece together an image of ripe tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, and a vibrant bell pepper. As you solve the puzzle, take a moment to appreciate the beauty of these vegetables and think about the benefits of incorporating them into your diet. Vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet, providing an array of vitamins and nutrients that are crucial for overall health and wellbeing. Tomatoes, for example, are rich in vitamin C, which supports immune function and helps the body absorb iron. Cucumbers are high in water content, making them a great way to stay hydrated, while also containing vitamins K and C. Bell peppers are a great source of vitamin A, which promotes healthy vision, and vitamin B6, which supports brain function. So, not only are these vegetables visually appealing and fun to assemble in our puzzle, but they also offer numerous health benefits. We hope you enjoy the challenge of putting the pieces together and are inspired to add more fresh vegetables to your meals!
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