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Lima beans

Apple

Brussels Sprouts

Cucumber

Grapes

Kiwi

Vanilla Bean

Carrots

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@Zolfie Carrots

I love carrots...ha...

@Sukiesnow I love carrots...ha...

I'm glad you do, I just might have the prefect carrot for you wink smilie

Jalapeno

Naranjillo

Oyster Sauce

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Jackfruit or nangka (Artocarpus heterophyllus)

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Arugula

Kalamata olives

Muskmelon

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Quinoa

Succotash

X - I'll pass

Yarrow

@Marianne also called Xigua fruit

You know it's difficult for me to look up fruit and plants on this iPad. And it takes the fun out of Games! Contributions s/b off the cuff...otherwise it takes too much work. :)

@Sukiesnow You know it's difficult for me to look up fruit and plants on this iPad. And it takes the fun out of Games!...

That is why I am trying to help - knowing about your technical problem with your iPad - with pictures and some additional funny words - and not as a main answer. And - there are also English learners here.
If that was awkward, please accept my apologies.

@Sukiesnow That's okay! I just feel a bit bad about not being able to contribute like you do...

Don't feel bad; it is your material - you are good. And I have a more voluminous material, which is not so "mobile", but which allows to find the nice pictures and links for info. (I know how it feels like to have no pictures; we had rarely illustrations at school.)

Broccoli

Hyssop

Limes

Purple Potatoes

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Tomato

@Marianne "Urgenta" Potato (a cultivar, Solanum tuberosum...

I thought this game would be easy...it's not!

@Sukiesnow I thought this game would be easy...it's not!

Lol - the Urgenta potato is a widely known cultivar in Europe, much like the "Bintje".
But it is true, for certain letters, it is difficult, and some fruits or vegetables might be repeated, as it is very long and tedious to check every time which of them was already mentioned.

Yam

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Dioscorea alata, purple yam

Zucchini

Apricots

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@Wunderscore Duck

Duck is off the mark. Please check post question.
You could delete this comment and replace it with "daikon".
Thank you.

@Sukiesnow Duck is off the mark. Please check post question. You could delete this comment and replace it with "daikon". Thank you.

Hello, Sukiesnow, there are plants called duckweed and duck potato - see above, and both are edible (I checked).

Lol - and daikon was already used.

By the way, there's also an African midicinal legume called Duck plant, cancer bush, or balloon pea

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S...dia_frutescens

  • and, for you, the flying duck orchid

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caleana

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@2580672

Well a fruit is a plant so

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@2580700

It has eggs so in my book it's a fruit.

@VicZinc It has eggs so in my book it's a fruit.

Lol - there are indeed several kinds of fruits.

There are several duck plants, although, duck (alone) refers rather to a bird belonging to the family Anatidae (like geese and swans) than a plant - lol.

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@2580672

Hello, Will and Wunderscore; you are probably thinking of Duckweed, which is, indeed, also edible for humans (for example in South East Asia):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemnoideae

It is a water plant, has tiny fruits, and is also known as water lens (the whole plant is used like a vegetable).

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There's also a duck potato with edible tubers:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagittaria_latifolia

Wilted Lettuce

Xigua - another word for watermelon

Yukon potatoes

Zucchini

Bananas

Gooseberries

Iceberg lettuce

Otaheite gooseberry

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Raspberry

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Tangerine

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Velvet tamarind

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Watermelon

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Zig Zag Vine Fruit

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Wild rice

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ximenia

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Beetroot

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Cactus

@Sukiesnow Cactus

Great idea - they say that the cactus pear or barbary fig tastes a bit like water melon:

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Dahlia tubers (edible)

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Escarole

@Marianne

Very pretty...

@Sukiesnow Very pretty...

Oh yes, it is pretty and tasty, a kind of endive.

Horseradish

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Jerusalem artichoke

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Kale

Elderberry

Fingered citron

Naartjie Fruit

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@2602796

Yes, it might be a good summer idea ...

lemons!

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Nectarines

Queensland ebony fruit

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raspberry

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Snap pea

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or snow pea

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Tomatoes

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Urad bean (or black Mungo)

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