What's one of your favorite fresh vegetables?
By fresh I mean you enjoy it without it having to be cooked, fried, baked, grilled, broiled or otherwise altered.
Most of them. I love fresh salads. My favorites would be the usual suspects: lettuce, tomato, carrots, even onions, particularly the red ones.
You hit the nail right on the head fresh salads fresh ingredients an if they are blended all together then you have complete meal and a healthy meal.
I remembered a few because I've had them these last days. Corn and green beans. Love them.
Radishes. I love to have a container of them in the fridge for snacking.
tomatoes right off the vine yum and fresh bell peppers I enjoy those too.
I grew up on tomatoes right out off the vine with a little salt and pepper but my mother loves them with a scoop of mayo on the side she is 90 years old so I guess it is a old school thing.
I like fresh tomatoes; but have never liked them right off the vine--I prefer the flavor when they are chilled. Here's a New England trick for you: eat sprinkled with sugar, not S&P..they ARE berries, after all! ;-)
I have never tried sugar on a tomato. I do love them chilled and drizzled with a bit of olive oil and fresh basil though
If it's right from the ground to table I would have to say carrots.
If I get to cook them I would say asparagus.
I love carrots but I can eat them unless they are cooked because they make me break out in hives but if they are cooked they are great. ...and I also have a love for asparagus and I also have to blanch them a little bit but they are great.
I like all vegetables but I like carrot best as you can eat it raw or cooked and it is good for the eyes.
I love cucumber and radishes and I always have them on hand.
Broccoli, cucumbers, carrots, I guess...but to pick only one??? Hmmm...tough to do.
I would have to choose carrots! My answer would change if it could be cooked, but I really enjoy raw carrots dipped in hummus.
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