Spring garlic, or green garlic, is the immature garlic plant that has yet to develop a full-size head. Harvested for its sweet, aromatic, delicate flavor, the entire plant is edible and can be used in any preparation calling for garlic.
West Indian Gherkins, aka Burr gherkins, do not have the same long, narrow shape as the better-known French gherkins, but instead are round and covered in edible dull "spikes," strongly resembling green burrs.
The Melogold Grapefruit is a cross between a pummelo and a grapefruit, but takes on the flavor of the pummelo more than the grapefruit. It had very few seeds and its thick rind is easy to peel. The pith is very bitter and should be completely removed prior to use.