Which fruits begin with the letter Z.

Yam (Oxalis tuberosa)
The tuberous wood sorrel is also called oka, yam or Peruvian wood sorrel. The tubers have a lemony-sour taste and can be consumed raw or cooked. Pictures and detailed description.Ysaño (Tropaeolum tuberosum)
The bulbous nasturtium is also called Mashua, Añu, Ysaño, or Cubio. You can eat almost anything from this plant, both the bulbs, the leaves and the flowers can be eaten. Pictures and detailed descriptionZucchini (Cucurbita pepo ssp. Pepo convar. Giromontina)
The zucchini is also called vegetable squash or cucumber squash. Due to their mild nut flavor, zucchini are a vegetable that can be prepared in many ways. The large, yellow flowers can also be eaten and are a delicacy. Pictures and detailed descriptionSweet corn (Zea mays var. Saccharata)
Family: Sweet grasses (Poaceae). Sweet corn is the name given to maize varieties that lose their sweet taste very late when they ripen and do not show any pronounced floury flavor. It is also called vegetable corn, sweet corn or sugar grain. Pictures and detailed descriptionSugar root (Sium sisarum)
Family: Umbelliferae (Apiaceae); Origin: Eastern Asia, plant: perennial, herbaceous, cultivated plant; Height: 100-150 cm; Flowering period: July-August; Uses: vegetables (raw or cooked), medicinal plants. Pictures and detailed descriptionDoubtful foxtail (Amaranthus dubius)
The Doubtful Foxtail is also called the Bayan. The soft leaves taste similar to artichokes. Pictures and detailed descriptionOnion (Allium cepa)
The onion is a very diverse crop. The onion is probably the oldest vegetable in the world. The kitchen onion comes from the steppe areas of West and Central Asia, probably from the area of ​​today's Afghanistan. Pictures and detailed description