Everybody love eating delicious foods yet the greater part of us have really no clue how that food grow or is produced. You will definitely will be amazed after you’ll find the truth about how of your favorite foods are made.

See below the 15 “weirdest” foods:

1. Pineapples

These originate from spikey bushes that grow out of the ground. The fruit grows in the center of the plant.

2. Sesame Seeds

Sesame seeds originate from sprouts plants that develop straight up and tall out of the ground within little pods known as “buds.”

3. Artichokes

Artichokes come from big pretty purple flower with feathery tops.

4. Brussel Sprouts

Brussel sprouts are a part pf the Germmifera group of cabbages and develop from a leafy green plant that is around 2.5 to 4 cm in width. They develop in a bunch and look like little cabbages.

5. Capers

Capers grow on a vine of pretty white flowers. They are the unopened buds of the flowers.

6. Pistachios

Pistachios grow in bunches on trees. It normally takes seven to ten years for these trees to get good production with the best production being reached around 20 years. The pistachios are then dried and dry cooked or handled in machines. They sort of look like mangoes.

7. Peanuts

This pretty little yellow wildflowers are actually the flowers of the nuts bulbous that grow in the ground.

8. Vanilla Bean

Vanilla bean is also a flowering plant with white flowers. The plant produces long pods that are treated and dried.

9. Kiwi

Kiwi like most of the fruit grow as flowers that hangs on a vine and is grow along trellises. The flower turns into kiwis that hang down until they are ready to be harvested.

10. Cashews

Cashews are super weird looking. They grow on trees that produce cashew apples, then the nuts grow out of the apples.

11. Almonds

Almonds grow off of flowering trees. The little flowers turn into pods and inside those pods are almonds.

12. Saffron

Saffron comes from a beautiful bright purple flowers. The saffron stems are just pulled out of the middle of the flower.

13. Cinnamon

Who knew that cinnamon is a dried tree bark? Not me!

14. Cranberries

Cranberries grow off of evergreen dwarf shrubs that bear flowers that become the little pieces of fruit.

15. Cacao

Our “chocolate” grows in huge pods in threes. The cacao beans are found inside this pods.