Asked in Cooking Terminology
What does seed mean cooking terms?
This may refer to removing the seeds from a fruit or vegetable. It could also refer to seeds you might use as seasoning for foods, such as celery seed or mustard seed. Seeds such as sesame seed, poppy seed, and others are commonly used in or to top baked goods. ...
What are commonly used spices in england?
Pepper, cardamon, nutmeg, coriander seed, turmeric, chili powder, cloves, mustard seed, nigella, fennel seed. The English use a wide range of spices both for their native cuisine and that which came from their former colonies. ...
Asked in Sunflowers
What type of seed is a sunflower?
There are a number of answers to the seed type of a sunflower. There is the oil production seed versus the food or confectionery type There are 3 commonly used oil types: linoleic, high oleic and NuSun The seed is the fruit of the sunflower versus a nut The shell is a specialized covering, a cypsela, which is similar to an achene ...
Asked in Legumes
Is a cashew a legume?
The Cashew is neither a nut or legume. Technically It is a seed that grows on a tree (Anacardium occidentale, a member of the evergreen family) when the cashew flower blossoms, a seed forms, and the apple grows between the seed and the stem. That being said it is commonly held to be a nut. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Food Science
What edible seed is also used in oil production?
Many edible seeds are used in oil production. The most commonly eaten seeds used also for oil are sunflower, sesame, and pumpkin. Corn (maize) is also technically a seed, and is used for oil. Some other seed oils are grape seed, safflower, and rapeseed (canola). ...
Asked in Energy
Plants are most commonly preserved through this process?
Plants are most commonly preserved through the process of seed gathering. Plants are also preserved through drying when the plants are needed for herbs and or medicines. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What is the pod or seed vessel of a pea that is commonly used for food?
The part of the pea you eat is the seed. The pod is the what the pea grows in until it's picked or it naturally falls off the plant. (The peas you eat can't be grown into plants.) ...