Other greens (Swiss Chard, Lance, etc.)
Sweet potatoes (usually thinly sliced and fried in bacon fat)
Cauliflower (usually in the form of cauliflower rice for curries)
I have access to many interesting vegetables since I live in a very Korean populated community, so I really need to do more exploring - thanks!
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Carrots (or would that be a root?)
Onion (would be... well, an onion, not a veggie )
Those are ELEMTARY to me.
Kale, sweet potato, broccoli, kale, carrots, cabbage, kale, mushrooms, onion, and kale. I eat a lot of kale. My standard lunch is a baked sweet potato, steamed kale, lots of butter, and some protein source (usually boiled eggs or canned fish). I do eat a lot of peppers, cucumbers, and zucchini when they're in season since it's practically all you can get at the farmers market in the summer and my husband won't eat raw tomatoes.
Also, bacon is a vegetable (There's also a t-shirt)
Cabbage, asparagus, collards, spinach, lettuces, kale, leeks, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts.
onion, garlic, shallot, carrot, leek, celery, romaine lettuce...I actually don't consume any other true vegetables regularly, I'm all about the chiles, squash, tubers and avocado! But I have recently discovered the leek and I can't get enough! It's thick, spiky green top made me a little nervous, but after I googled it and learned which part you're supposed to eat, it's my new favorite ingredient.
salad greens (cos, watercress)
oh, and celery and spring onions
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Everything in moderation, including moderation.
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Cabbage, Green and Red
Lettuce, Boston, Romaine, Green Leaf and Red Leaf
Of course lots of avocado, red, yellow, orange peppers, English cucumber, tomatoes, fresh herbs, green and yellow beans, spaghetti squash, snow peas, sugar snap peas and zucchini.
And to help keep it all fresh Debbie Meyers Green Bags.
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