Top 10 Rarest Vegetables in the World

Mauka: is another underutilized crop that should be better known because of its ability to grow in conditions that are hard for other root crops.

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Candy Roaster Squash: is a rare heirloom squash originally bred by members of the Cherokee Nation. As its name suggests, the Candy.

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Makah Ozette: the Pacific Northwest region of the United States had been eating the Makah Ozette potato for hundreds of years.

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Tumaticot Pepper: the least known of all the peppers grown in the town of Carmagnola, Italy. It is a more delicate and sweet pepper.

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Achojcha: is one of the rarest vegetables in the world because it does not grow in the wild. The plant is only known through its long history.

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Gete-Okosomin: is quite a rare vegetable, you might have heard of it when a story about the rediscovery of an ancient.

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Pencil Yam: also called small yam or native bean, is a vine that produces small tubers and is native to northern Australia.

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Ethiopian Kale: which is native to East and North Africa, looks nearly identical to the types of kale eaten in the west. However, Ethiopian Kale.

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Shetland Cabbage/Kale: has been grown in the Shetland Islands in Scotland since at least the 17th century. Initially, the Shetland Cabbage was used.

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Marama: hardy perennial legume that is native to Southern Africa (South Africa, Botswana, and Namibia) around the Kalahari Desert.

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