Fruit & Vegetable Ancestors - Picture Quiz

Name the internationally common fruits and vegetables that used to look more like these examples, and often still do in the wild or their native countries.
Information gleaned from various wiki pages and articles e.g. here and here
Many modern crops are hybrids of multiple varieties so these don't represent all ancestors
Pictures are best approximations I could find... ran out of plutonium for time machine
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Last updated: April 2, 2021
First submittedMarch 16, 2021
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Egypt. Divided into six sections. Originally cherry-sized.
South East Asia/Pacific.
Large seeds throughout.
Americas. Much smaller and sweeter than commonly eaten variety today.
India. Also coloured white, purple
and azure. Thorny stems.
China. Cherry-sized, waxy skin. Slightly salty and earthy, like a lentil.
Mexico. Gritty flesh, hard skin,
80% stone. Fit in palm of hand.
Mexico. A wild grass called teosinte. Dry like potato.
Peru. 4,000 native Andean varieties. Originally small, bitter and often toxic.
South America. Currant-sized.
Called "golden apple" by Italians.
Persia. Root with multiple forks.
Originally purple or white.
South/West Europe. Pick a vegetable, this probably became it!
Bonus pic. Wild North American plant related to common vegetable.
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Level 78
Oct 9, 2021
Interesting quiz, nominated.
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Level 74
Mar 26, 2022
Original quiz! The 'peach' picture is actually a fruit that's not related at all to peaches.
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Level 82
Mar 26, 2022
Thanks. Yeah I know, best picture I could find. The same image was used on an article about what peaches used to look like so I thought I'd go ahead and use it.
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Level 68
Mar 28, 2022
My score was rubbish, but I learned a lot: thank you!