[ ɹˈane͡ɪlz], [ ɹˈaneɪlz], [ ɹ_ˈa_n_eɪ_l_z]
How to use "Ranales" in context?
Ranales are a type of vegetables that come from Central America and South America. They are related to beets, but are more brightly coloured and have a slightly different flavour.
Most ranales are cooked like beets, but a few varieties, such as the pink or red Chile de Arbol, are eaten raw. They can be boiled, steamed, or roasted and are often used in salads or as a side dish.
Ranales are high in Vitamin C, folate, and vitamin A, and are also a good source of potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
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Meronym for Ranales:
moonseed family, paeoniaceae, Family Calycanthaceae, Family Cercidiphyllaceae, strawberry-shrub family, winter's bark family, Family Myristicaceae, crowfoot family, magnoliaceae, lauraceae, nutmeg family, lardizabalaceae, Family Magnoliaceae, annonaceae, ranunculaceae, menispermaceae, Family Lauraceae, Family Ceratophyllaceae, berberidaceae, barberry family, custard-apple family, ceratophyllaceae, water-lily family, winteraceae, nymphaeaceae, peony family, myristicaceae, magnolia family, Family Berberidaceae, laurel family, Family Annonaceae, cercidiphyllaceae, Calycanthus Family, Lardizabala Family, Family Winteraceae, Family Lardizabalaceae, buttercup family, Family Paeoniaceae, Family Ranunculaceae, Family Menispermaceae, calycanthaceae, Family Nymphaeaceae.
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