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    This Is What 11 Everyday Foods Look Like Before They're Harvested

    Ever wondered where quinoa actually comes from??

    1. Brace yourself: THIS is what Brussels sprouts look like before they hit the supermarket.

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    2. And, yes, peanuts look like this (and they grow underground!).

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    3. This is what cashews look like before they are harvested.

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    4. And this is a pineapple field!

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    5. Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of a tree...

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    6. And did you think that kiwi fruits grow on trees? Caaaause they actually grow on vines and are harvested like grapes.

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    7. Sesame grows like this!

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    8. And here's where dates come from!

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    Not Tinder. Heh.

    9. Capers are just the edible flower buds of a caper bush:

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    10. Cocoa beans grow on trees, in these clusters:

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    11. And when we eat quinoa, we're eating the seeds of these plants:

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    This post was translated from German.