12 Fascinating Photos of How Foods Grow

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During our elementary school days, we have learned a lot about food – be it unhealthy or not. We somehow have an idea about how they are processed and/or made. But we never get to see what vegetables, seeds, and fruits, among many others, look like when they are still on the trees or in the field.

Apparently, they are as interesting as anything can get. In fact, you will be surprised at how enlightening some of them. Well, without further ado, here they are!

#12. Sesame Seeds

Source: Wikipedia

Who would have thought that they look like beans, right?

#11. Pistachios

Source: Panoramio

Whether you agree or not, this one here looks like an exotic fruit or something. And, oh, the question is: Why are they not green? Am I missing something?

#10. Vanilla Bean

Source: Flickr

Remember what I told you about enlightenment? This one here is an epitome.

#9. Kiwi

Source: Blogger

When you are out there, I assume you would not think of these as kiwis. You might even think you are in New Zealand or some kind of fantasy place.

#8. Peanuts

Source: Tess Garcia

In case you have not noticed it, peanuts have flowers. Surprise, surprise!

#7. Brussels Sprouts

Source: Flickr

Believe me, they may look weird but these are Brussels sprouts. They somehow look pretty in their natural state, though.

#6. Almonds

Source: Flickr

Some of them even look stunning. And like peanuts, they, too, have flowers.

#5. Cinnamon

Source: cchorita

Well, you should have known this before actually. It is a no-brainer.

#4. Cranberries

Source: Wikipedia

As pictured, they start looking green before they fully embraced the pink state. They are beautiful. Very beautiful.

#3. Cacao

Source: Wikipedia

Oh, yes, that favorite cacao powder of yours came from these.

#2. Saffron

Source: gardenofeden

They really stand out. See how they grew to be stunning despite being on the rocks.

#1. Cashews

Source: Wikipedia

They definitely look like bell peppers.

So, what do you think about this compilation? In any case, you can always share with us your thoughts in the comments below!

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