Starting with OA
Starting with OC
Starting with OE
Starting with OF
Starting with OI
Starting with OK
Starting with OL
Starting with OM
Starting with ON
Starting with OO
Starting with OR
Starting with OU
Starting with OV
Starting with OX
Starting with OY
Food that Starts with O
There are also many food names that start with the letter O. The list includes some food names and useful examples.
Fruits that start with O
Olive: one-seeded fruit of the European olive tree usually pickled and used as a relish.
– I like both; black and green olives. They taste very different but both taste delicious.
Orange: round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees.
– In summer oranges make a great fresh snack by the pool. Just cut them in halves and add chilly powder.
Oxheart: large heart-shaped sweet cherry with soft flesh.
– The farmer’s market offers organic oxheart and some other tomato varieties.
Meats that start with O
Octopus: tentacles of octopus prepared as food.
– For this hot summer days, octopus with lemon and garlic are a great option for an outdoor lunch.
Oyster: a small muscle on each side of the back of a fowl. Edible body of any of numerous oysters.
– In spite what other people think, I don’t like oysters, they have a gross look.
Vegetables that start with O
Okra: long mucilaginous green pods; may be simmered or sauteed but used especially in soups and stews.
– Okras are cultivated for their edible seed pods. They have a bittersweet flavor.
Onion: an aromatic flavorful vegetable.
– Caramelized onions are Peter’s favorite. I prefer onion soup.
Orach: any of various herbaceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshes.
– The orach is a member of the spinach family. The red-purplish leaves taste good once they are cooked.
Grains that start with O
Oat: seed of the annual grass Avena sativa (spoken of primarily in the plural as `oats’).
– Oat contains minerals and fiber. It is a fantastic breakfast or healthy snack despite what people said about it.
Oatcake: thin flat unleavened cake of baked oatmeal.
– Let’s try less sugar in our oatcakes! We can add stevia for a sweet flavor.
Oatmeal: meal made from rolled or ground oats. Porridge made of rolled oats.
– My kids love oatmeal prepared with condensed milk and berries.