7 Of My Favorite Vegetables

What I love the most about vegetables is the variety of colors, textures and tastes that each one has. Some vegetables are crunchy, while others are soft. Some vegetables have a thick skin, while others tend to crumble with the smallest amount of force. I have eaten many vegetables over the course of my life. Some I tend to eat again and again for the ease in preparing and cooking. Some I don’t eat as much as I should due to unavailability or lack of culinary skills. Almost all of the vegetables I love to eat in its raw glory. Many of them I have been enjoying eating after roasting them in the oven. A few of them I have only ever used in soups or stews, mixed with other groups of food. However, they are prepared or eaten, here is my definite list of 7 of my favorite vegetables. And then, be sure to check out 7 of my favorite fruit.

7 Of My Favorite Vegetables

1. Bean sprouts

Bean sprouts in a wooden bowl.
Bean Sprouts

2. Baby corn

A couple of baby corn on a wooden cutting board.
Baby Corn

3. Water chestnuts

A wooden bowl with several water chestnuts.
Water Chestnut

4. Potatoes

A couple of huge yellow potatoes on the soil.
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5. Seaweed

A wooden plate with a couple of sheets of seaweed.
Seaweed

6. Cucumbers

A top down view of several cucumbers.
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7. Celery

A pair of hands is rinsing a stalk of celery under the faucet.
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What is your favorite vegetable?

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Hi! I'm Helen and I am a 32 year old biracial millennial mom raising two multiracial children. I am a writer, English consultant, and social media manager. I am a self-proclaimed chocoholic.

16 thoughts on “7 Of My Favorite Vegetables

  1. You’ve got about all of ’em listed here (except potatoes; okay, but not among my favorites).
    Then I’d add bok choy, choi sum, beets, snow peas, and spinach. Good eats, all!

      1. LOL I had to google that too. It looks like it’s a British English term. It’s another word for okra.

    1. Good question!! I’ve only ever eaten them cooked like in a stir fry. A quick google search told me that they can be eaten raw though

  2. I think my favorite veggies would have to be potatoes (all kinds) and broccoli. I’ve actually just tried water chestnut recently and they added such a nice crunch to my stir fry 😍

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