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1) The Aztecs, long before the arrival of Europeans to the Americas, would mix the ground roasted seeds of the cacao tree in hot water flavored with vanilla and spices.
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2) The Strawberry.
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3) In 1853, Chef George Crum of Saratoga Springs, New York invented Saratoga chips, otherwise known as potato chips.
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4) The Vanilla bean. The tiny crystals which cover the cured beans is vanillin.
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5) The European Eel, Anguilla anguilla and the American Eel, Anguilla rostrata. They both return to the Saragasso Sea, between Bermuda and Puerto Rico, to spawn.

6) The cucumber.
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7) The Moray eel. The ancient Romans, who bred them in ponds, are said to have fed them on live slaves!



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