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Why are quite a few veggies meant to be eaten raw? What MAKES the better when ea

  1. Greg Heffley profile image61
    Greg Heffleyposted 2 years ago

    Why are quite a few veggies meant to be eaten raw? What MAKES the better when eaten raw?

  2. Rochelle Frank profile image94
    Rochelle Frankposted 2 years ago

    Some nutrients can be destroyed by cooking.
    On the other hand in certain vegetables, cooking  makes some nutrients easier to digest and use. For instance, carrots have different  benefits in their raw and cooked forms.

  3. Sumi-Main profile image59
    Sumi-Mainposted 2 years ago

    Some veggies can be eaten raw without being cooked and they are tasty to eat raw. For ex, Though you can eat bitter guard raw, you don't, because it's that bitter. All veggies when eaten raw is definitely nutritious than when it is cooked. But not all you can eat so, you select which best suits for eating raw. 
    Secondly, some veggies when eaten raw only tastes at its best for ex., Lettuce. If you cook, not only its nutrition but also taste vanishes..!
    To summarize, we eat some veggies raw because,
    1. Veggies eaten raw are nutritious
    2. Some Veggies don't taste good when cooked, also its nutrition value reduces
    3. Some veggies are eaten raw just because it tastes good.

    1. Sumi-Main profile image59
      Sumi-Mainposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you Siddharth, for selecting my answer to be the Best..!

  4. peachpurple profile image83
    peachpurpleposted 2 years ago

    I don't eat raw veggies, not used to it but some veggies do taste nice like lettuce, cabbage, add them to salad dressings and mix with fruits

 
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