Quinoa, April’s pseudocereal

In the northern hemisphere, it is advised to sow in April, before high temperatures come disrupt germination of this Andean plant used to extreme climate. What is Quinoa ? Formerly a staple food of South American Indians living in the Andes mountains, quinoa is one of the most nutritious grains...
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Cassava, March’s Shrub

Its leaves are edible, but it is mostly appealing for its roots tubers, with their white and compact flesh and that can measure up to 80 cm!   Origin This perennial shrub originating from South-America comes with its root tubers, prized in Africa and the Amazon region for their high...
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