seednoun

  • ja《植物》種子、種
  • ena small object produced by plants from which a new plant grows

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You don't have to take the seeds out, actually.
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But if you wanna take them out, use a spoon like that and just scoop it out.
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What this has in the center, though, is a very hard seed.
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But if you wanna get the flesh off of the seed,
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what you can do is cut around the seed.
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Once the peppers have been picked,
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the seeds are extracted and sent all over South America and Africa
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to be grown from seed to pepper.
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We got some coriander seed, some allspice,
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mixed black and yellow mustard seeds, juniper berries, some cardamom pods.
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Peseshet explains her fail-safe pregnancy test.
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Plant 2 seeds: one barley, one emmer.
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Then urinate on the seeds every day.
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If the plants grow, she’s pregnant.