Top 10 Foods That Originally Looked Totally Different
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Everyday foods, fruit and veggies used to look totally different before we started cultivating them. But did you know they haven’t always looked like they currently do? Here are 10 fruits and veggies that looked very different before we started cultivating them! Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Credit: Be Amazed at these 10 fruits & veggies that looked VERY different before we started cultivating them! Corn - The evolution of corn is a great example of how we can significantly change a vegetable over time. Corn actually comes from a Mexican grass called teosinte. Avocado - The millennial's favorite fruit has gone through quite a lot of change, and its all for the better. In the wild, avocados are very small and can easily fit into the center of your palm, growing to about three inches in diameter. Peach - The peach is another example of our ancestors using selective breeding to create a bigger and tastier version of a fruit. Domesticated by the Chinese around 4, 000 B.C., the original peach was very small and resembled a cherry. Eggplant - The wild variation of the eggplant is completely unrecognizable from the modern version we have today. Eggplants used to come in a variety of shapes, but most of them were round . Strawberry - Often times, as shown in this video, humans molded fruits and vegetables to make them taste better.
Tomato - We have been shaping the tomato to our own taste for thousands of years. The evolution of the tomatoes happened in two stages. Carrot - Wild carrots look nothing like the orange carrots we know today. They were found in Persia around the 10th century and were either white or purple. Cucumber - You probably wouldn’t guess that the wild cucumber is actually related to the modern version of the cucumber we have nowadays. Banana - The wild banana is quite different from the yellow snack that we have today. Originally, they were stocky and hard, filled with large and tough seeds that were spread across the fruit’s interior. Watermelon - Watermelons have actually been around for millennia and they're one of the fruits that have most drastically changed in appearance over the years.
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Do you ever wonder if you're consuming things wrong? Many people struggle with food and other consumer goods because they're simply using them wrong. Just because everyone else always eats a food or uses a consumer good a certain way, doesn't mean it's the best way to consume that product. Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: beamazedvideos@gmail Credit: Featuring. Yogurt - If you like to eat yogurt, you may occasionally find a liquid that collects on the top and think its gross, pouring it down the drain. Chicken wings - It's easy to think there's no wrong way to eat them, since they're finger food, right? While it may be socially acceptable to eat chicken wings any way you want, dealing with the bones can be a hassle. So don’t just ‘wing’ it – that’s just ‘fowl’ play because there is an easy way to solve this problem. Hard-boiled eggs - For many people, the hardest part of cooking hard-boiled eggs is peeling the shell off. If you're struggling with this, or avoiding making hard-boiled eggs so you don't have to deal with it, chances are you're doing it wrong. Oranges Oranges are a good source of vitamin C and folate, but they can be a hassle to peel. Here's an easy way, and you’ll be annoyed you didn’t know sooner. Toothpaste - It’s not a food, but toothpaste is also expended by use, so it’s cost-effective to consume it properly. The first mistake most people make when using toothpaste relates to the amount of it they use. Ink Toner - If you print things even occasionally, you probably groan every time you get one of those “replace ink” messages on your computer screen. However, replacing the cartridge right away isn't the most cost-effective solution. Frequently these messages pop up when your ink has just reached a certain low level, but there is still some left. Leftover Pizza - MMMM, leftover pizza is good in so many ways. Some people like eating it cold, while others prefer to reheat it. Apples - An apple a day is supposed to keep the doctor away, or so the saying goes. I don't know about that, but a whole apple a day will leave more room in your trash or recycling bin. Liquid Soap - If you have to keep buying liquid soap frequently, you may feel like you're washing a lot of money down the drain. Fortunately there's an easy way to save money and still get your hands clean. Pistachios - Pistachios are healthy nuts, and they have pretty fun commercials, too. But sometimes getting them open is no fun, especially when you’re left with the neglected ones that you can't get the shell off.