When you think of lucifers, you probably think of a giant orange fruit with a bulbous shape and a thick, fleshy flesh.
But what you probably don’t know is that lucifiers are also edible.
And you can get them in a variety of ways.
In the US, lucifier varieties are classified by the type of seed they are derived from, and they can be found in both the wild and the laboratory.
They can also be found as lumps of dried plant material in the wild.
The plant’s leaves can be used to make a luffa, or a small, edible lollipop.
In Europe, luciifiers are found in a number of different forms and have many different names.
The varieties of luciifier you see on supermarket shelves are different from those that are grown commercially.
Some are grown to make the luffas that are used as an ingredient in desserts and other foods, while others are grown for their medicinal uses.
This article is part of a series on luciifying the wild food industry.
You can read more about luciification on Al Jazeera.