In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cantalupo masculine(melón pequeño de corteza rugosa y pulpa anaranjada) cantaloup masculine
- Well, unlike bananas, tomatoes and peaches, cantaloupes don't ripen after they're picked.
- Research shows that bananas, cantaloupes, cucumbers, honeydew, watermelon, and zucchini, as well as chamomile and echinacea, contain proteins in their pollen that resemble the pollen found in ragweed.
- Good vitamin-C sources are citrus fruits, strawberries, cantaloupes, tomatoes, green and red bell peppers and broccoli.
- The best sources of potassium include spinach, grapefruit, cantaloupe, almonds, bananas, mushrooms, oranges, apricots and potatoes.
- The cake I tried was so sweet that my gums shrank away from my teeth on the first bite, so I was happy to dig into a fresh fruit and yoghurt salad, along with slices of cantaloupe, honeydew melon and pineapple.
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