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    Need a quick list of vegetables.

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    The wife is going shopping tomorrow and she wants a list of food. I have everything so far except for the vegetables. I've got so far:

    Mixed greens
    Spinach
    Asparagus
    Onions
    Tomatoes
    Eggplant
    Carrots
    Avacados
    Peppers
    Green Beans


    What else should I tell her to get? Are peas primal? I know no potatoes (I'm low carb), corn, and beans.

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    Cauliflower!

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    Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.

    Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!

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    Broccoli and cauliflower! Cauliflower mash is a great substitute for mashed potatoes... still hearty, buttery, and delicious
    Brussels sprouts are amazingly nutritious, and delicious if you roast or saute them.

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    don't forget the squash! our favorite "side" dishes are made from butternut and spaghetti squashes. mmmmmn.

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    Duh I forgot brocolli and cauliflower. Those two and the brussel sprouts should round out the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaslind View Post
    don't forget the squash! our favorite "side" dishes are made from butternut and spaghetti squashes. mmmmmn.
    I have squash at home already but thanks.

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    By pepper I suppose you mean capsicum - just remember the red have the most nutrients.

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    jalapeno, habanero, hatch chilies; broccoli, kale, mustard greens, broccolini if you can get it, berries if you want something sweetish, celery, green onions, ginger...

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    romaine lettuce, cucumbers

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    For quickie meals, get a bag of cole-slaw (already cut up cabbage and carrot mix) and a bag of broccoli slaw.

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