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Tomatoes     View
A compilation of almost two dozen recipes featuring tomatoes. Includes recipes for baked tomatoes, tomato salsa, and tomato pie. Also includes tips for selecting, storing, and preserving tomatoes. From a cookbook author.

California Avocado Commission     View
Facts, recipes, news, advice for growers, and more about the California varieties of this fruit of the genus Persea.

Fruits & Veggies: More Matters     View
This website "promote[s] health through increased consumption of fruits and vegetables." It features nutrition articles and tools, vegetable and fruit profiles for each month, tips for consuming more fruits and vegetables, recipes, a FAQ, r ...

Florida Tropical Fruits     View
Brief illustrated descriptions of tropical fruits grown in Florida, such as the carambola, dragon fruit, guava, jackfruit, lychee, mango, papaya, and sapote. Includes links to related material on some of the fruit varieties, such as where the fruits ...

The Chile Pepper Institute     View
"An international, nonprofit organization devoted to education, research, and archiving information related to Capsicum." Describes chile diseases, disorders, and pests; nutrient content of chiles; chile pungency levels; chile production; a ...

Melons and Cucumbers     View
The history of melons and cucumbers in the southern United States in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Features discussions about long and short prickly cucumbers, cantaloupes, Persian melons, and watermelons. Explains how cucumbers and melons ...

Asparagus     View
Growing instructions for asparagus, "one of the first vegetables ready to harvest in the spring." Covers planting, care, harvesting, problems (asparagus beetle and asparagus rust), selection and storage, preparation and serving, and preser ...

Guide to Olives     View
This fact sheet on olives features descriptions of some olive varieties (such as kalamata, manzanilla, and sevillano), curing methods, classification (green, pink, black, wrinkled black), and fun facts. From a natural foods chain store.

Good Enough To Eat: Olives Drab? Grow or Cure Your Own     View
This article provides detailed instructions for curing olives kalamata-style, using a salt solution, vinegar, and herbs. From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

Ari Weinzweig's Guide to Good Olives     View
Descriptions of varieties of olives, listed by country of origin (Italy, France, Spain, Greece, Israel, North Africa, Morocco, and the U.S.). From the website for "The Splendid Table," a public radio series.




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