About the ProductA stuffy, fleshy underground root, Arvi (Colocasia) is also called 'Taro Root'. It is oval/globular in shape with a hairy coating on its skin and whitish yellow flesh.Storage and UsesStore it in a cool, dark and well ventilated place. Refrigeration makes it take longer to cook. Whil..
About the ProductA popular sweet-tasting root vegetable, Carrots are narrow and cone shaped. They have thick, fleshy, deeply colored root, which grows underground, and feathery green leaves that emerge above the ground. While these greens are fresh tasting and slightly bitter, the carrot roots are c..
About the productCorn is also called Indian corn or maize, cereal plant of the grass family (Poaceae) and its edible grain. Corn is used as livestock feed, as human food, as biofuel, and as raw material in industryStorage and UsesKeeping fresh corn from drying out is key. A..
About the ProductOnion is a vegetable which is almost like a staple in Indian food. This is also known to be one of the essential ingredients of raw salads. They come in different colours like white, red or yellow and are quite in demand in cold salads and hot soups. You can dice, slice or cut it in..
About the ProductThese small baby potatoes are a sweeter variety than normal ones and come with a creamy off white interior. Baby potato is a starchy vegetable that adds thickness to recipes and blends well with other vegetables.Storage and UsesPotatoes should always be stored in a cool, dark and dr..
About the ProductThese edible ruby red roots are smooth and bulbous and have the highest sugar content than any other vegetable.Storage and UsesWhile storing beets, trim the leaves 2 inches from the root soon after you buy them as they sap the moisture from the beet root. The root bulbs should also ..
About the ProductBrocollis have clusters of small, tight flower heads. These heads turn bright green on cooking and tastes slightly bitter.Storage and UsesConsume fresh broccoli as soon as you can as it will not keep for long. To store, drizzle water droplets on the flower heads, cover loosely in da..