10 Commonly Mispronounced Foods

Skyr, the traditional yogurt of Iceland, is made by incubating milk with live active cultures, then skimming away the watery whey that floats to the top. 


Acai is an Amazonian berry with a taste that's reminiscent of red wine mixed with notes of chocolate. It's great as a base for a smoothie bowl


Quinoa is a truly versatile grain that pairs well with just about everything. From a fruit-filled breakfast bowl to a hearty addition to an egg scramble to a way to top off a salad


Poké is a bold and savory chopped raw fish salad that was first created in the late 1970s by Hawaiian fishermen. 


The best time to munch on lightly salted edamame is after a tough workout, but we would be lying if we said we didn't just grab a bag


Cacao, the flavonol-filled seeds from which chocolate is made, not only tastes great, but has been proven to actually make you feel better and even increase memory 


Made from the leaves of the "red bush" plant, rooibos tea is grown exclusively in the small Cederberg region of South Africa.


Whether you dip veggies into it or slather it on a sandwich, one thing is for certain: this Mediterranean dip brings all the flavor. 


Kefir, aka "the champagne of dairy," is a tart and tangy cultured milk drink that is essentially more of a smoothie-like concoction. 


Kombucha is a fizzy unpasteurized drink made with tea, sugar, bacteria, and yeast. It's a popular probiotic-filled drink for a reason!


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