Starting with GA
- garden pea
- garlic chive
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Starting with GH
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Starting with GO
Starting with GR
- green bean
- green corn
- green gram
- green soy
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Food that Starts with G
When you think of a food that starts with G you’d probably say grape, and when you think of stew you might say “goulash.” Keep reading to discover very original food names.
Fruits that start with G
Genip: round one-inch Caribbean fruit with green leathery skin and sweet juicy translucent pulp; eaten like grapes.
– Genips grow in the Caribbean trees, and they are known by twenty different names.
Genipap: a succulent orange-sized tropical fruit with a thick rind.
– The Genipap fruit is native from Latin America, and people prefer to prepare beverages from it.
Granadilla: the egg-shaped edible fruit of tropical American vines related to passionflowers.
– The granadilla makes a delicious cake frosting.
Guanabana: large spiny tropical fruit with tart pulp related to custard apples.
– The guanabana or soursop is a cancer killer and a great measure to prevent it.
Guava: tropical fruit having yellow skin and pink pulp; eaten fresh or used for e.g. jellies.
– Guavas are rich in vitamins A and C. Guava is a member of the myrtle family.
Meats that start with G
Gammon: hind portion of a side of bacon. Meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked).
– Today I will cook gammon glazed with honey and cranberry sauce.
Gobbet: a lump or chunk of raw meat.
– The gobbet is ready to go into the oven. Forty -five minutes later it will be ready to eat.
Gigot: lamb leg suitable for roasting.
– The gigot tastes delicious roasted with rosemary.
Goulash: a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika.
– It was a lot of preparation for the beef goulash but the result worth it. It was delicious.
Grouper: flesh of a saltwater fish similar to sea bass.
– The Bahamian food is rich in flavor that is the case of the baked grouper.
Vegetables that start with G
Garden pea: fresh pea.
-Lilly loves to pick fresh garden peas in her grandma’s farm and eat them raw.
Greens: any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables.
– The chef prepared sauteed greens as a side dish.
Green corn: corn that can be eaten as a vegetable while still young and soft.
– Green corn has been grown in Mexico for centuries.
Garlic chives: large flat leaves used as chive is used.
– Garlic Chives grow in clumps and are Native to China.
Garden egg: hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable.
– The garden egg is known as a great source of vitamin B1.
Grains that start with G
Graham: flour made by grinding the entire wheat berry including the bran; (`whole meal flour’ is British usage).
– Mom used to prepare us graham crackers with peanut butter for lunch.
Gruel: a thin porridge (usually oatmeal or cornmeal).
– Gruel is great to calm stomach upset and to alleviate nausea.
Grist: grain intended to be or that has been ground.
– The farmer grounded the grist and packed it. He will sell it at the farmer’s market.
Groats: the hulled and crushed grain of various cereals.
– Some people like to eat oat groats as breakfast cereal, but I prefer it as a side dish.