Fundemantal Foods

1. Sugar10. Baking Powder19. Jam & Honey28. Cereal Grains  
2. Flour11. Baking Soda20. Sauces29. Seeds  
3. Oil & Fat12. Spices21. Frozen Foods30. Legumes  
4. Vinegar13. Bouillon22. Vegetables31. Pulses  
5. Salts14. Bread23.  Fruits32. Herbs  
6. Egg15. Bread Crumbs24. Dairy33. Nuts  
7. Pasta16. Stocks25. Meats & Poultry   
8. Can Foods17. Snacks26. Seafoods   
9. Tea & Coffee18. Crackers27. Delicatessen   

Vegetables are parts of plants that are consumed by humans or other animals as food. The original meaning is still commonly used and is applied to plants collectively to refer to all edible plant matter, including the flowersfruitsstemsleavesroots, and seeds.

Below you can find the list of vegetables in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

1. Artichoke 9. Brussels Sprouts17. Cucumber 25. Kale 34. Parsnip 43. Squash 
2. Arugula 10. Cabbage 18. Dill 26. Kombu 35. Poke 44. Squash Blossoms
3. Aubergine 11. Carrot 19. Eggplant27. Leek 36. Potato 45. Tomato 
4. Avocado 12. Cauliflower 20. Endive 28. Lemongrass 37. Pumpkin 46. Turmeric 
5. Beetroot 13. Celeriac 21. Garlic 29. Lettuce 38. Pumpkin Flower47. Turnip 
6. Bell Pepper14. Celery 22. Ginger 30. Marrow 39. Radish 48. Vanilla 
7. Brinjal15. Chives 23. Grape Leaves31. Mustard 40. Seaweed 49. Wasabi
8. Broccoli 16. Courgette 24. Horseradish32. Nori41. Shallot 50. Watercress 
   33. Onion 42. Spinach51. Zucchini 

Fruits are the means by which flowering plants (also known as angiosperms) disseminate their seeds. In common language usage, “fruit” normally means the seed-associated fleshy structures (or produce) of plants that typically are sweet or sour and edible in the raw state, such as applesbananasgrapeslemonsoranges, and strawberries

Below you can find the list of fruits in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

1. Apple8. Citron15. Grapefruit22. Lychee29. Peach36. Red currant
2. Apricot9. Coconut16. Huckleberry23. Mango30. Pear37. Star fruit
3. Banana10. Cranberry17. Jackfruit24. Melon31. Pineapple38. Strawberry
4. Blackberry11. Date18. Kumquat25. Nutmeg32. Plum39. Tamarind
5. Blueberry12. Elderberry19. Lemon26. Orange33. Pomelo40. Tangerine
6. Cacao13. Fig20. Lime27. Papaya34. Quince41. Vanilla
7. Cherry14. Grape21. Limeberry28. Passionfruit35. Raspberry42. Watermelon
8. Olive    43. Yuzu

Dairy products or milk products are a type of food produced from or containing the milk of mammals, most commonly cattlewater buffaloesgoatssheep, and camels. Dairy products include food items such as yogurtcheese and butter.

Below you can find the list of fruits in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

  • CHEESES

1.  Brie8.  Curd Cheese15.  Gouda22.  Maasdam29.  Pecorino
2.  Burrata9.  Danish Blue16.  Grana Padano23.  Mascarpone30.  Provolone
3.  Chechil10.  Edam17.  Gruyere24.  Monterey Jack31.  Ricotta
4.  Cheddar11.  Emmental18.  Halloumi25.  Mozzarella32.  Scamorza
5.  Circassian Cheese12.  Feta Cheese19.  Jack Cheese26.  Muenster33.  Sinkholes Cheese
6.  Cottage Cheese13.  Goat Cheese20.  Kashkaval27.  Parmesan34.  Stilton
7.  Cream Cheese14.  Gorgonzola21.  Labneh28.  Parmigiano Reggiano35.  Tulum Cheese
  • OTHER DAIRY PRODUCTS

1. Ayran4. Clotted Cream7. Ghee10. Powdered milk13. Whipped Cream
2. Butter5. Cream8. Goat milk11. Sour cream14. Yogurt
3. Buttermilk6. Custard9. Milk12. Whey 

Below you can find the list of meats, poultry and steaks in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

  • MEATS & POULTRY

1. Beef6. Chevon11. Goose16. Pig21. Sheep
2. Buffalo7. Chicken12. Lamb17. Pigeon22. Squab
3. Calf8. Deer13. Mutton18. Pork23. Turkey
4. Carabeef9. Duck14. Ostrich19. Quail24. Veal
5. Cattle10. Goat15. Pheasant20. Rabbit25. Venison
  • TYPES OF STEAK

1. Coulotte Steak7. London Broil Steak13. Skirt Steak
2. Denver Steak8. Porterhouse / T-Bone Steak14. Strip Steak
3. Flank Steak9. Ribeye Steak15. Tenderloin Steak (aka Filet Mignon)
4. Flap Steak10. Rump Steak16. Tomahawk Steak
5. Flat Iron Steak11. Short Ribs17. Tri-Tip Steak
6. Hanger Steak12. Sirloin Steak 
  • TYPES OF LAMB STEAK

1. Lamb Shoulder 4. Lamb Loin (aka Lamb Saddle)7. Lamb Breast
2. Lamb Rack5. Lamb Leg8. Lamb Flank
3. Lamb Chops (Cutlets)6. Lamb Foreshank 9. Lamb Neck
  10. Lamb Ribs

Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans, prominently including fish and shellfish.

Below you can find the list of seafoods in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

  • FISH

1. Anchovy8. Flounder15. Monkfish22. Pompano29. Skate36. Tilefish
2. Bluefish9. Gilt-Head Bream16. Mullet23. Pufferfish30. Smelt37. Trout
3. Bonito10. Haddock17. Orange Roughy24. Red Snapper31. Sole fish38. Tuna
4. Capelin11. Halibut18. Perch25. Salmon32. Sprat39. Turbot
5. Carpenter (Silver) Fish12. Herring19. Pike26. Sardine33. Sturgeon40. Whitefish
6. Catfish13. John Dory20. Pilchard27. Sea Bass34. Swordfish41. Whiting
7. Cod14. Mackerel21. Pomfret28. Shad Fish35. Tilapia 
  • ROE

Roe (/r/) or hard roe is the fully ripe internal egg masses in the ovaries, or the released external egg masses of fish and certain marine animals, such as shrimpscallopsea urchins, and squid. As a seafood, roe is used both as a cooked ingredient in many dishes and as a raw ingredient.

1. Caviar3. Kazunoko5. Masago7. Tobiko
2. Ikura4. Lumpfish Roe6. Shad Roe 
  • SHELLFISH

Shellfish include various species of molluscs (e.g. bivalve molluscs such as clamsoysters, and mussels and cephalopods such as octopus and squid), crustaceans (e.g. shrimp, crabs, and lobster), and echinoderms (e.g. sea cucumbers and sea urchins).

1. Clam5. Crayfish9. Loco13. Oyster17. Shrimp
2. Cockle6. Cuttlefish10. Mussels14. Periwinkle18. snail
3. Conch7. Langostino11. Nautilus15. prawn19. Squid
4. Crab8. Lobster12. Octopus16. Scallop 

Traditionally, a delicatessen or “deli” is a retail establishment that sells a selection of fine, exotic, or foreign prepared foods.

Below you can find the list of deli products in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

1. Bacon4. Bresaola7. Frankfurter10. Pastirma13. Prosciutto16. Slinzega
2. Bockwurst5. Chorizo8. Ham11. Pastrami14. Salami17. Soppressata
3. Bratwurst6. Cold cut9. Mortadella12. Pepperoni15. Sausage18. Sujuk

cereal is any grass cultivated (grown) for the edible components of its grain (botanically, a type of fruit called a caryopsis), composed of the endospermgerm, and bran. The term may also refer to the resulting grain itself (specifically “cereal grain“).

An edible seed[n 1] is a seed that is suitable for human or animal consumption. Of the six major plant parts,[n 2] seeds are the dominant source of human calories and protein.

Below you can find the list of cereal grains and seeds in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

1. Barley8. Maize15. Rice
2. Chia9. Millet16. Rye
3. Cocoa bean10. Mustard Seed17. Sesame
4. Coffee bean11. Oat18. Sorghum
5. Corn12. Poppy Seed19. Sunflower Seed
6. Flaxseed13. Pumpkin Seed20. Teff
7. Fonio14. Quinoa21. Wheat

legume (/ˈlɛɡjm, ləˈɡjm/) is a plant in the family Fabaceae (or Leguminosae), or the fruit or seed of such a plant. When used as a dry grain, the seed is also called a pulse

Below you can find the list of legumes and pulses in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

1. Adzuki Bean6. Broad Bean11. Green Gram16. Mung Bean21. Pigeon Pea
2. Bean7. Chickpea12. Groundnut17. Mush Bean22. Pinto Bean
3. Black Bean8. Cowpea13. Kidney Bean18. Okra23. Snap Pea
4. Black Eyed Pea9. Fava Bean14. Lentil19. Pea24. Snow Pea
5. Black Gram10. Garbanzo Bean15. Moth Bean20. Peanut25. Soybean

In general use, herbs are a widely distributed and widespread group of plants, excluding vegetables and other plants consumed for macronutrients, with savory or aromatic properties that are used for flavoring and garnishing food, for medicinal purposes, or for fragrances.

Culinary use typically distinguishes herbs from spicesHerbs generally refers to the leafy green or flowering parts of a plant (either fresh or dried), while spices are usually dried and produced from other parts of the plant, including seedsbarkroots and fruits.

spice is a seedfruitrootbark, or other plant substance primarily used for flavoring or coloring food. Spices are distinguished from herbs, which are the leaves, flowers, or stems of plants used for flavoring or as a garnish

Below you can find the list of herbs and spices in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

1. Allspice9. Cayenne Pepper17. Coconut Powder25. Garam Masala33. Lavender41. Parsley49. Sumac
2. Basil10. Celery Seed18. Coriander26. Garlic Chives34. Mahleb42. Peppermint50. Tarragon
3. Bay leaf11. Chervil19. Cumin27. Ginger35. Marjoram43. Poppy Seed51. Thyme
4. Black cumin12. Chili Pepper20. Curry28. Ground Nutmeg36. Mastic44. Purslane52. Tikka Masala
5. Black pepper13. Chives21. Dill29. Hops37. Mint45. Rosemary53. Turmeric
6. Cajun14. Cilantro22. Elderflower30. Horseradish38. Mustard46. Salep54. Vanilla
7. Caraway15. Cinnamon23. Fennel31. Jalapeno39. Oregano47. Salt55. Wasabi
8. Cardamom16. Clove24. Filé powder32. Jasmine40. Paprika48. Sesame Seed56. Za’atar

nut is a fruit consisting of a hard or tough nutshell protecting a kernel which is usually edible.

Most seeds come from fruits that naturally free themselves from the shell, but this is not the case in nuts such as hazelnutschestnuts, and acorns, which have hard shell walls and originate from a compound ovary. The general and original usage of the term is less restrictive, and many nuts (in the culinary sense), such as almondspecanspistachioswalnuts, and Brazil nuts,[1] are not nuts in a botanical sense. Common usage of the term often refers to any hard-walled, edible kernel as a nut.[2]

Below you can find the list of nuts in alphabetical order. Click the item to see further.

1. Acorn5. Chestnut9. Macadamia13. Pecan
2. Almond6. Coconut10. Oak nut14. Pine nuts
3. Candlenut7. Filbert11. Peanut15. Pistachio
4. Cashew8. Hazelnut12. Groundnut16. Walnut

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