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Food, Vegetables

Culinary vegetables are considered all the roots, stems, leaves and flowers that can be eaten, raw or as ingredients in a cooked dish. There are also certain culinary vegetables that, botanically speaking, can be considered fruits, such as tomatoes and cucumbers, but, because of their use, they are included in the large category of vegetables.

Vegetables are used in many savory recipes and they are also essential for healthy living. 5 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables are recommended for daily intake, as they contain various vitamins and minerals that cannot be obtained from other sources.

Adding vegetables to various recipes is also recommended, as they make the food taste better and also enhance the nutritional value of the dish. Regular consumption of culinary vegetables decreases the risk of heart diseases, hypertension, diabetes and various types of cancer. Also, people who eat a few servings of fresh fruits and vegetables daily are more energetic and happier.

Culinary vegetables are an important source of vitamins, minerals and fiber. A good goal for making the best of the calories you ingest every day would be to split each plate in half and fill it with veggies as often as possible. Revised September 7th, 2015 Submit a Website

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