As the European Union has scrapped controversial rules that prevent oddly-sized or misshapen fruit and vegetables, you have been sending your pictures of "ugly fruit". This heart-shaped spud came from Graham Turner.
Sue Clinker: "My husband wearing a squash from our local farm shop in Kent. I had already chopped several inches off the end before I thought to photograph it. It made wonderful roast."
This potato has a passing resemblance to a famous artwork. "I give you the Venus of Potatodorf," says Laurie Brown, who owns it.
"This carrot was grown at a friend's farm in Lansing, Michigan, and harvested at the end of August. Tasted just fine," says Gerd Kortemeyer.
It is hard to imagine that the aubergine on the left, taken by Margot Sargent, is not the result of DNA trickery. The one on the right was sent in by Tony Mayhew.
"I grew this Pinocchio eggplant (left) in my garden in Westfield, Pennsylvania, USA," writes Johnny Vee, while Nadim Beyrouti's aubergine on the right also resembles a face.
"This is a carrot (left) that I grew this year on my allotment," says Susan Gee. "It tasted wonderful. I know its fresh and organic and tastier than any of those so call perfect vegetables." On the right are misshapes sent in by Liam McEneaney.
These carrots, sent in by K Reilly, would fail any aesthetic test.
"Attached are a couple of pictures of Wonky fruit & veg that we've had, a mushroom and a grape," writes Gary Foulger. "They look like they have a bit it common with each other."
Kelly Clark: "These wonky carrots were my first harvest earlier this year and the first ever ones I've grown myself".
Dawn La-Rocque grew this tomato in a pot: "It looked so ugly, I couldn't stomach eating it!"
Parsnips from Terry Cannon's local farmers market. "They tasted fine, but after separation they tried very hard to get back together again", he says.