This one shouldn't be too hard. Although I can imagine you will experience some difficulty in explaining why it is green. It is again green and edible. And I tried some of it on toast yesterday night....delicious! I would advice against having a slice of green for breakfast, a bit too loud early in the morning.It's green cheese! Set aside all thoughts of moldy, mushy pieces left in the back of the refrigerator, this is supposed to be green, and a lovely shade at that. In the Northern part of Holland they have their own, I should say language, not dialect and the test case to see if you can pronounce it properly has to do something with green cheese as well.
They say: "bûter, brea en griene tsiis, wa’t dat net sizze kin, is gjin oprjochte Fries". Oftewel: boter, brood en groene kaas, wie dat niet zeggen kan, is geen oprechte Fries. Or in English: butter, bread and green cheese, who can't say that is not a real Fries. The cheese they talk about in this sentence used to be flavoured with parsley.
Back to modern times and modern flavours: the green you see here comes from pesto and the brownish speckles are cloves. Together they make for a tasty treat on toast, I wonder how it holds itself on a grilled cheese sandwich with tomatoes.