Keep your tusks and bones in good shape with celeriac. A beast of a veggie. Tough on the outside, a beauty on the inside. It’s is a great substitute for potatoes.
It’s a veggie. It’s a spoon. It’s a cracker. It’s a slide. It’s celery! Celery is very versatile… and very tasty. Raw is how we like ‘m best. Use them as an edible tool: scoop in a salad or dip in a sauce.
They look like hazelnuts that need a tan, but they’re chickpeas, aka garbanzo beans. Technically they’re not veggies but legumes: ‘fruit in a pod’.
This portable non-liquid drink never leaks. It’s a refreshing sip of water that you can chew on. Slam those obesity stimulating soft drinks out of your life with cucumber.
You won’t fool a chicken with this veggie, as it’s obviously more plant than egg. Anyway, if you can’t make an egg out of it, you may also call it aubergine, melanzane or brinjal.
A cup of fennel tea for a breastfeeding mum is said to diminish the cramps in her baby – that’s just one of the many praises for fennel. Got to love this veggie!
The Gallic people in France had their magic potions, but the Romans had kale. They needed it, crossing the snowy Alps with only a pair of goat hair socks and a leather tunica.
It’s great for your singing voice or your shouting voice. In fact, two thousand years ago the evil Roman emperor Nero ate leek every day, to make his voice more booming.
Lentils and whole-grains contain different amino acids that complement each other. Our polar bear knows by instinct: combining them will meet all protein needs.
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