Can you think of some foods that start with the letter V? Very nice! Here are some very interesting facts about and examples of foods that start with V.
Foods that Start with V
List of Foods that Start with V
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Venison is the meat of antelope, deer, or elk. It refers to the edible meat of the animal and can include all cuts of meat from these game animals — including the shoulder, chops, ribs, and sirloin. Venison can be eaten as jerky, steak, sausages, mincemeat, or as a roast.
In Russian, Belorussian, and Ukrainian cuisine, Vatrushka is a ring-shaped baked good that is filled with quark (soured milk cheese) in the middle. Vatrushka can be sweet, with sugar and fruit in the quark filling, or savory, with onion in the quark.
Veal is the meat of male (usually dairy) cattle who are between 16 to 18 weeks of age, cattle who can weigh as much as 450 pounds. In European cuisine, veal is used in sausages, fried cutlets (such as the Wiener or Pariser Schnitzel), meat-based jellies, and meat pies.
Vanilla can refer to a flavor, but it can also refer to the fruit pod from the plant Vanilla planifolia. The word vanilla has its origins in Spanish as the diminutive form of vaina, or “pod”. Indigenous Mexicans were the first cultivators of vanilla.
In Iranian cuisine, Sekanjabin is a beverage that consists of water, honey, and vinegar. Served on hot summer days, Sekanjabin can also be served with mint and shredded cucumbers. It dates back in Iranian culture at least to the 12th century — when it was referenced in a medical encyclopedia.
Vermicelli is not just a thin (2.08 to 2.30 millimeter in diameter) wheat noodle pasta that has origins in Italy, where it dates back at least to the 14th century. It is also consumed in Middle Eastern, Iberian, Indian, Chinese, and Central Asian cuisines, where it can be made from bean starch or rice flour.
Vegetables include the leaves, fruit, roots, and stems of different plants, but although some fruits may be considered vegetables, not all fruits are vegetables. Common vegetables that are technically fruits include tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, bell peppers, and chili peppers.
In Paraguayan and northeastern Argentinian cuisine, Vori Vori is a soup that contains dumplings made of cornflour, cornmeal, and cheese served in a chicken-based broth. The name Vori Vori is derived from the indigenous Guarani language, an interpretation of the Spanish bolita (“little ball”).
In southwestern and western Indian cuisine, Vindaloo is a dish made of pork, vinegar, spices, sugar, ginger, and chili pepper. It has its origins in the Portuguese Carne De Vinha D’alhos, which itself is a dish of meat in a garlic and vinegar marinade. Vindaloo can also contain beef, chicken, or lamb.
Vatapa is an Afro-Brazilian dish that consists of shrimp, bread, fish, coconut milk, onions, garlic, tomatoes, ginger, chili peppers, and finely chopped peanuts. It is associated with the African slave descendants of Bahia, Brazil.