Frutas y Verduras – The eBook



A Fresh Food Lover’s Guide to Mexico

Get to Know More than 50 Indigenous and Regional Fruits and Vegetables of Mexico


On your travels in Mexico – or, if you are lucky enough to be calling this vibrant country ‘home’ –  you’ll inevitably encounter vendors selling fruits and vegetables you’ve never seen before.

This interactive E-Book is a guide to help you get to know these new-to-you foods. This fixed layout, interactive ebook is optimized for iPad and Android tablets, so you can install it on your mobile device to have it at hand while you are away from WiFi… which is usually the case when you are in the mercado!

Have you stood at a produce-vendor’s stall, wondering, but unable to ask whether that odd-looking food is fruit or vegetable, let alone how to prepare it?

…Or taken the plunge and bought something strange, only to wind up puckering your mouth in displeasure – Was it even ripe?

Have you puzzled over a menu and not recognized names of foods you suspected to be vegetables but lacked the language skills to ask the server?

Don’t be discouraged… this guide will help you with the information you need:

• When it’s ripe.

• What it tastes like.

• How to pronounce it (audio)

• How to prepare it.

• Which nutrients it’s most valuable for.

…and much more!

CLICK HERE: Buy the Guide  



Stroll the stalls with confidence, with English-language knowledge at your fingertips. A visual table of contents will help you identify that mystery fruit or vegetable. Audio pronunciation for each food  helps you ask for it by name. Use this digital, interactive tool to help you to choose, prepare and enjoy these unique, regional, and fresh foods.

Here’s a peek at what’s inside:


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Buy the Guide

 Watch our short 3 minute YouTube video to learn more about this product and how it evolved.  watch here

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