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30 Pics Of Food Before They’re Harvested Look Really Unexpected

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30 Pics Of Food Before They’re Harvested Look Really Unexpected

Our food, but not on our plate.


You would have heard, seen, and even eaten most of the food that we mention here. But most of the time, they have been harvested, processed, and packed in a way that is barely recognizable from when they still weren’t harvested. They are pretty surprised to look at and make us wonder how one thought about processing and consuming them?

Away from the supermarket shelves and into plantations and wilderness, here are pictures of fruits and vegetables before they are harvested.

Artichokes flowers.

miran

Peanuts fresh from the ground.

tessgarcia, nebedaay

Beautiful cranberry plain.

Bernd Haynold, Keith Weller

Cashew ‘fruits’.

Abhishek Jacob, Thamizhpparithi Maari


Quinoa plains.

Michael Hermann

You actually harvest the beans inside cacao fruits.

tgerus,Luisovalles

Pineapples are like crowns!

vulgarfractions, prince470701

Mangoes, these are red types.

Tommy Atkins


Jabuticaba tree.

Mar slima, wmlub

Sesame seeds plant.

Anna Frodesiak

Starfruits!

ecosailingcharters

Almond.

Namacun, Tom Raftery


Dates, hanging from the tree.

Rahel Jaskow

Kiwis.

organiceconomist

Pistachios actually have red hues.

Emel Yamanturk

Cinnamon tree.

Kit


Tea plant.

nososcachorros

Pomegranates and its tree.

islandsofpeace

Bananas, before the flowers completely dies out.

asergeev

Wasabi, before they are crushed.

J.G. Wang, John Ousby


Take ripe fruits to make black pepper and unripened for white pepper.

Scot Nelson

Saffron, an extremely expensive ingredient because each flower only has two stems.

gardenofeaden

Avocado tree.

Joachim Huber

Vanilla’s flowers.

Giancarlo Sibilio, B.navez


Asparagus shoots.

Silas Price

Dragon fruits.

BlauEarth

That is a lot of Brussels sprouts.

pompeyshoes

Coffee, red when ripened and is roasted to the beautiful brown color we know today.

Marcelo Corrêa, Fernando Rebelo


Persimmon.

mast-producing-trees

Capers.

thegardenwanderer, Clematis

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