Month: October 2017

Corn

Look at the corn! Only a fool would buy corn without looking at it. I hope no one is offended by that statement. We all play the fool sometimes but you have to look at the fresh corn cob so you know what you…

Nuts and Seeds

What is the difference between a seed and a nut? Some say that seeds grow on the outside of a fruit while nuts grow on the inside. Or, is it the other way around? It’s a bit confusing! Here at Easy Light Sources, nuts…

Melons

The original idea for this essay covered only cantaloupes and honeydew melons. There was a back and forth battle about whether or not to include watermelons, seeing as they are a little different. In my biased opinion, seeded watermelons reign supreme over all others. All melons…

Cucumbers

Crunchy, long, and green. That’s a cucumber for you. They are sold as whole produce in the grocery store. Baby cucumbers are also a thing, although finding them fresh can be tough given the fact that small cucumbers are also made into pickles. If…

Cauliflower

White foods come with the assumption that they’re somewhat bland in flavor (see:tofu). The optimistic way to view these foods would be as a blank canvas that is ready to take on whatever flavor profile you throw at it. Cauliflowers are sold as individual…

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