Eat Your Vegetables!

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Hosted by Susan Feliciano
Group active since Thu, Jan 13, 2011

We all know how important it is to eat our vegetables. But how often do we make a delicious main dish, only to think: What can I serve with this? I often see references to "Serve with a lightly steamed vegetable..." but sometimes I'm out of ideas for a tasty vegetable to go with my meal. So use this group to share some of your tastiest vegetable recipes. New, old, tried and true - whatever! I look forward to seeing your good veggie suggestions. Please limit posts to recipes containing vegetables and fruits.



 

This is an interesting medical find..what do you think?

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By Pat Duran - Saturday at 4:45 PM

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Zucchini - How to grate or shred?

frenchtutor
By Susan Feliciano - Sep 1, 2014

I saw this question posted by June Snelling, and thought I would post it on the Vegetables group.
"I have a few recipes for zucchini bread and they call for grating. I did this but had a huge mess, not to mention a lot of liquid running all over. I...
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BANANAS! Fruit of the week

frenchtutor
By Susan Feliciano - Sep 1, 2014

~ Getting back to Just a Pinch after a whirlwind month of orienting on a new job. I still have 6 weeks left in orientation, but I have a holiday today and thought I'd check in and post a fruit discussion.
~ I may have used bananas before, but I ran...
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Friday's Fruit: GRAPES

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By Susan Feliciano - Aug 8, 2014

HISTORY
Grapes have a long and abundant history. While they’ve grown wild since creation, evidence suggests they were cultivated in Asia as early as 5000 BC. Grapes also played a role in numerous biblical accounts, being referred to by Jesus as the “fruit of the vine.”
GRAPE FACTS
There are more than 50...
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Featured Vegetable: CORN

frenchtutor
By Susan Feliciano - Aug 4, 2014

Many of us are in the middle of sweet corn harvest, or will be soon. And everyone has favorite recipes for this truly American grain.
Corn is considered a starchy vegetable when "in the milk", in other words, before it is fully mature and the sugars have not changed to starch....
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