55 Foods That Start With L

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There are many foods that start with L and we gathered about 55 of them for you to stop searching.

This article is about foods that start with L.

If you’ve had trouble knowing foods that start with L, we did the research – worry not, the list below will have all the foods that start with L.

Also, before getting started, it is to keep in mind that the list we have below will have foods, fluids, plants, and anything edible – all of these we will be referring to as foods in this article.

We also have pages for both fruits that start with L and vegetables that start with L if that’s what you’re looking for.

With that being said, let’s get started with sharing foods beginning with L.

Foods that start with L:

foods that start with L

Following are the foods beginning with L in case you’ve had no idea and wanted to educate yourself more on foods and edibles.

1 – Ladyfinger:

Ladyfinger is a sponge cake that is finger-shaped.

2 – Lager:

Lager is a term used for a beer that is made from bottom fermenting yeast.

3 – Lamb:

Lamb is the flesh of the young domestic sheep that is eaten as a food.

4 – Lambchop:

Lambchop is a chop cut from a lamb.

5 – Langouste:

Langouste is an edible marine crustacean that has a spiny carapace.

6 – Lasagna (or Lasagne):

Lasagna is a dish of layers of lasagna pasta with meat or vegetables, sauce, and cheese.

7 – Lard:

Lard is a soft semisolid fat that is obtained from rendering of the fatty tissues of the hog.

8 – Lanseh:

Lanseh is a yellow, berry-like fruit found in east India.

9 – Langoustine:

Langoustine is a type of lobsters that is caught from European waters.

10 – Latke:

Latke is a dish made of potatoes, eggs, and a little flour.

11 – Latte:

Latte is a coffee that is strong and has a topping of frothed steamed milk.

12 – Leaf Beet:

Leaf beet is a beet that lacks swollen root, eaten for its leaves.

13 – Leaf Lettuce:

Leaf lettuce is a type of lettuce that has loosely curled leaves, not forming a compact head.

14 – Leaf Mustard:

Leaf mustard is a mustard that is used as a potherb.

15 – Leechee (or Litchi):

Leechee is a Chinese fruit that has a thin brittle shell that encloses a seed and jelly-like pulp.

16 – Leek:

Leek is a plant with large slender white bulb leaves that is used in cooking.

17 – Legume:

Legume is a pea plant or bean of the family Leguminosae.

18 – Lekvar:

Lekvar is a sweet filling made of apricots and prunes.

19 – Lemon:

Lemon is a yellowish, small fruit that has an acidic taste.

20 – Lemon Balm:

Lemon balm is a mint that has white or yellowish leaves that taste like lemon.

21 – Lemonade:

Lemonade is a fluid of diluted lemon juice.

22 – Mint:

Mint are leaves of a mint plant either used candied or fresh.

23 – Lentil:

Lentil is a round seed from lentil plant that is used as a food.

24 – Lettuce:

Lettuce is any of numerous plants of genus Lactuca.

25 – Loaf:

Loaf is a term used for the quantity of food other than bread, formed in a particular shape, like sugar loaf.

26 – Loblolly:

Loblolly is a term used for the thick form of porridge.

27 – Lobscouse:

Lobscouse is a stew of meat and vegetables eaten by sailors.

28 – Lobster:

Lobster is any of different edible marine crustaceans of the family Palinuridae, Nephropsidae, and Homaridae.

29 – Loganberry:

Loganberry is a large, red variety of dewberries.

30 – Loin:

Loin is the cut of meat that is taken from the back and sides of animals between the rumps and ribs.

31 – Lollipop:

Lollipop is a candy on a stick.

This is one popular food that starts with L.

32 – Lolly:

Lolly is water ice or ice cream on a wooden stick.

33 – Longanberry:

Longanberry is a leechee-like Asian fruit.

34 – Loquat:

Loquat is a yellow, olive-sized fruit used for jellies mostly.

35 – Lovage:

Lovage is a herb that is native to southern Europe.

36 – Lozenge:

Lozenge is a small, medicated candy.

37 – Lutefisk:

Lutefisk is a dried cod that is soaked in lye solution before it is boiled.

38 – Licorice (or Liquorice):

Licorice is a black candy flavored with the root of the licorice plant.

39 – Liebfraumilch:

Liebfraumilch is a Rhenish wine that has a sweet flavor.

40 – Liederkranz:

Liederkranz is a soft cheese that has a strong odor and taste.

41 – Lima Beans:

Lima beans are broad flat beans that are never eaten raw.

42 – Limburger:

Limburger is a soft white cheese that has a strong taste and odor.

43 – Lime:

Lime is the green acidic fruit of any of numerous types of lime trees.

44 – Limeade:

Limeade is a sweetened beverage of water and lime juice.

45 – Limpa:

Limpa is a rye bread that is made with brown sugar or molasses.

46 – Limpet:

Limpet is a kind of marine gastropods that has a low canonical shell.

47 – Lingcod:

Lingcod is a type of fish of northern Pacific.

48 – Lingonberry:

Lingonberries are American-berries-like red berries but smaller.

49 – Linguica:

Linguica is a Portuguese pork sausage flavored with onions and garlic.

50 – Linguine:

Linguine is a pasta that has long slender flat strips.

51 – Liverwurst:

Liverwurst is a sausage that contains ground liver.

52 – Liqueur:

Liqueur is a strong flavored sweet liquor that is often drunk after a meal.

53 – Liquor:

Liquor is an alcoholic beverage that isn’t fermented but distilled.

54 – Littleneck:

Littleneck is a quahog that is small and young.

55 – Liver:

Liver is a term used for the liver of an animal used as a food.

This is all there is, until now, about foods that start with L.

Do you know any other that we missed in the list? Comment below and we’ll add it.

Also, it is hard to list them all because of language and country barriers – there sure are 100s of foods that start with L but no one on the planet earth knows them all.

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