Some vegetables are so similar looking that you can easily mistake one for the other. If you’ve never or rarely eaten turnips or rutabaga, you may think they are the same vegetable, especially since they look a lot alike. And they look a lot alike because one is a cross between the other and another ⭐ Continue ReadingDifference between Turnip and Rutabaga
What is rutabaga? Rutabaga is a root vegetable similar in appearance to a sturdier turnip. The name rutabaga comes from Swedish and means short, stumpy root, which is basically what rutabaga looks like. The vegetable is also called swede, from the Swedish name for turnip or neep and, in certain parts of the world, it ⭐ Continue ReadingProperties and Benefits of Rutabaga
Have you ever eaten a banana that wasn’t quite ripe, either a little green at the stem or maybe too firm, and felt sick afterwards? Maybe you had a stomach ache, nausea or felt bloated and started burping uncontrollably. Or it could have been that you had diarrhea a few hours afterwards or felt your ⭐ Continue ReadingAre Unripe Bananas Bad for You?
Pheasants are heavy-bodied birds in the Phasianidae family and are related to chicken, quail, peafowl, partridges and turkey. Originally from Asia, they have been successfully introduced almost everywhere in the world and have developed sustainable feral populations in many regions. Pheasant farms also exist in many parts of the world and their primary purpose is ⭐ Continue ReadingProperties and Benefits of Pheasant Eggs
The peahen is the female bird of the peafowl species, a pheasant-like bird known for its attractive plumage with iridescent or metallic green, blue, gold or copper colors. The hen is the female bird of the domestic chicken and related to the peahen. Both birds lay edible eggs, fitted for human consumption. Chicken eggs are ⭐ Continue ReadingPeahen Eggs vs Chicken Eggs
Peahen eggs are the eggs of the female peafowl. Known for their extravagant, iridescent plumage with long trains of feathers looking like a fawn-shaped tail, peafowl are mostly kept for aesthetic purposes. The hens produce few eggs, usually 4 to 8 a year, just enough to hatch one small series of chicks. You can eat ⭐ Continue ReadingProperties and Benefits of Peahen Eggs
Guinea fowl eggs are the eggs of several bird species known collectively as guinea fowl. Guinea fowl are native to Africa where wild populations can still be found, despite their rapidly declining numbers. But one species in particular, the helmeted guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) has been successfully domesticated and is now prevalent among backyard poultry ⭐ Continue ReadingProperties and Benefits of Guinea Fowl Eggs