Kaffir lime Leaf
Season: All year round | Flavor: Citrus
Thick, dark Green leaves. Shiny on top, porous & pale under the leaf.
Benefits : High concentration of Alkaloids, Citronellol, Limonene, Nerol, and other organic compounds.
Primary uses : Key ingredient in Thai and some south east Asian countries
Young Green Pepper
Season: All year round | Flavor: Mildly pepper-like
Green Peppercorns are the unripe berries of a tropical vine, Piper Nigrum. The same berries are processed to make black pepper. They are popular in French, Thai, and Western European cuisines.
Benefits : Good for digestive tract as it helps reduce several types of stomach distress. High in Iron, vitamin K, and antioxidants.
Primary uses : In pickles and spicy stir-fried dishes
Season: All year round | Flavor: Sweet
Sweet corn kernels are tender and juicy, they bring extra munch when added to dishes.
Benefits : Sweet corn is loaded with Lutein and Zeaxanthin, two phytochemicals that promote healthy vision.
Primary uses : Eaten boiled, stir-fried or cooked with other vegetables
Season: Spring & Summer | Flavor: Delicate & Crispy
Baby corn (also known as young corn, mini corn, cornlettes, baby sweetcorn or candle corn in Thai language cookbooks) is a cereal grain taken from corn (maize) harvested early while the stalks are still small and immature.
Benefits : Low-calorie vegetable with 25 calories per 1/2-cup serving, excellent source of vitamin B, Folic acid, Thiamin, Riboflavin, and Niacin.
Primary uses : Salad, soup and as cooked vegetable
Season: All year round | Flavor: Between Cabbage and Spinach
Its also known as Bok Choy, looks like a squat celery with chunky stalks, glossy deep-green leaves
Benefits : Contains vitamins C, A, and K, and excellent sources of Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Manganese, and Iron, Pak Choi deserves its reputation as a powerhouse among vegetables.
Primary uses : Can eat raw or cooked or in soups