These aesthetically pleasing "fruit cards" look good enough to eat

On her Vegan-themed Instagram account Tropically Lina, Lina Saber uploads a delightful series called "fruit cards" where she arranges produce on paint card-style displays. I find these immensely satisfying to look at.

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Which greens here do you use most in your dishes and how? πŸŒΏπŸŒ±πŸƒ Only 1 here has an incredibly high amount of antioxidants and surprising a great source of protein compared to all the others, can you guess it? Happy Tuesday! πŸ’š . Answer: Surprisingly mint has the highest antioxidant level with an ORAC Value of (13978 units). It's quite fascinating. Just to give you an idea of how the antioxidant level in mint is I'll compare it to spinach. Spinach has an antioxidant level of 1687 units. And if it's dried mint, it rockets up to 160820. So get your hands on some mint, crush it into your drink, tea and more! 'ORAC' Value stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity . Protein Levels per 100 grams Bell pepper 0.9g Asparagus 2.2g Lettuce 1.4g Spinach 2.9g Artichoke 3.3g Mint 3.8g Brussels 3.4g Zucchini 1.2g Snow peas 3g #tropicallylina #plantpantone

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