17 Photos Proving We Have No Idea How Plants Grow
Due to the stressful and busy lifestyles, people are less likely to consume fresh and healthy foods and they tend to purchase processed and pre-packed foods instead.
As a result, most of them are totally ignorant about the way fruits and vegetables grow.
Therefore, we are going to present you a list of 17 foods that you would probably never recognize in their original form.
This plant grows on trees and its color changes after harvesting.
Paprika comes from a variety of bell peppers (ground and dried peppers).
3. Sesame seeds
Sesame seeds are aligned in little rows after their pods are cut.
Eggplants are technically berries and they grow in low plants.
Before being harvested and dried, vanilla resembles green string beans. After harvesting, it becomes brown.
Almonds grow on trees and as they ripen their color becomes darker.
Cinnamon also grows on a tree, although we are familiar with it in the form of sticks.
This plant grows as a flower whose stigmas are removed and dried.
They grow in very low plants, protected in small green shells.
Cashews grow like fruits, although they are considered as nuts.
11. Cocoa beans
Before being processed or dried, cocoa beans grow on trees.
Artichokes are bulbous plants and they grow out of the ground.
This plant grows in clusters on a tree.
Quinoa is a grain-like crop and it is considered as a pseudo-cereal that is closely related to spinach and beets.
They grow in large clusters.
Before being harvested, capers grow like reddish green pods.
They grow on trees and their trunks are gnarled.