Similar to berries, most beans are nutrient-dense. Many dietitians place black pinto, and soy at the top of their lists of so-called superfoods.
On the island, this is likely your best source of calcium and iron. In addition to being a diverse island meal, dried beans have a lengthy shelf life.
While other green leafy vegetables are beneficial, kale is especially rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. The stems can be boiled to make a basic vegetable broth.
Cantaloupe, like berries, is both delicious and healthful. Although quite heavy in sugar, it is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and potassium.
The absence of fat and lower glycemic load index of cantaloupe make it a slightly superior choice over bananas.
Choose from blueberries, raspberries, and wolfberries if they are available for harvesting.
Few meals rival the deliciousness, nutritional content, and antioxidant activity of berries. Add kiwifruit, formerly known as the Chinese gooseberry
Is there anything hotter than oats? Indeed, it is barley! Okay, perhaps both grains merely make you think of Wilford Brimley having a bowel movement.
Kelp, alaria, and laver (kombu, wakame, and nori in Japanese cuisine) are some of the most prevalent seaweeds.
Being on an island, there is a good chance that there will be fish around. If a river flows through it and that river has salmon, you're in luck.