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1) Navy Beans are small, white and oval with a refined texture and delicate flavor. These are the beans used for the famous Boston and English baked beans. Because their skin and fine texture do not break up on cooking. These beans were named for their part of the U.S. Navy diet during the second half of the 19th Century.
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2) Passion Fruit.
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3) Pop Rocks were introduced by General Foods in 1974. Ever since 1956, when company research chemist William Mitchell found a way to put carbon dioxide into a solid, General Foods had searched for a product to market using this process.
Your stomach will NOT explode if you eat Pop Rocks and drink a Cola beverage.

4) Potatoes, processed into Pringles Potato Chips.
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5) Rhubarb.
Rhubarb facts

6) In about 1305, Edward I of England decreed that one inch should be the measure of three barleycorns, and English shoe sizing began; thus a child's shoe that measured 13 barleycorns became a size 13.

7) Tang, the powdered orange drink.
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8) The Quince.

9) The Artichoke.
More artichoke facts

10) Top 10 list of beef entrees (excluding burgers) in the U.S. 
• 1) Prime Rib  
• 2) Strip Steak  
• 3) Filet Mignon/Tenderloin  
• 4) Roast Beef  
• 5) Rib/Ribeye Steak  
• 6) Meatloaf  
• 7) Sirloin/Top Butt Steak  
• 8) Chicken Fried Steak  
• 9) Meatballs  
• 10) T-Bone/Porterhouse Steak.
More about beef



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