The genetic modification of Femati seed stock by the Second Gen resulted in a variety of subterranean grains and fruit. Applying gene-editing techniques to types found between the poles enhanced the Femarctic diet and promoted the export of sustenance to struggling helovx species.
Natural grown Tigoz (brown and white in color), is a polar seaweed used in a variety of recipes. Tigoz contains high levels of minerals, proteins, and vitamins; it consumed as a dried snack by Hizaki to sustain their mental health and ground up in liquid form by Bizaki as it regulates their high metabolism. World Oceans serves tigoz daily in soups, stews, and salads to Marixi because of its impact on muscle strength and bone health.
Helovx throughout Ramaxicon desire tigoz but can only import it from Brasilia. Ramaxia trades tigoz exclusively with Brasilia, for their much-desired coffee bean.
Palux is a bumpy round edible fruit that grows in the subterranean glacial marshlands of central Ramaxia. Its rind is black, and the soft sweet flesh, blue. Palux grows in bunches on small waterborne trees, and when they bloom, they drop loose into the standing waters beneath. They were genetically engineered by Second Gen geneticist Bo Nux and botanist Gid Tol, splicing South American banana cultivars, and the natural Annona squamosa fruit called the sugar-apple, found in the uninhabited islands of the West Indies. Palux is fed to donational age femmar in a variety of food and drink because it is sweet and doesn’t cause young teeth to decay. It also helps adult femmar with bowel regulation. Paluxi rinds are used to make cooking oil, its pulp is used to make juices, and its seeds are ground up to make a variety of hide-health products.
Paluxi are considered an erotic fruit because when ripe, its black rind splits and its blue flesh pushes out through the opening. It’s fruit’s resemblance to aroused genitalia is why Bizaki farm laborers call seasonal harvesting, ‘gash-hunts.’
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