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Cooking Vegetables

Ways to Cook Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi has a mild flavor similar to turnip, and is also called cabbage turnip. Raw kohlrabi is crisp and flavorful served in a ...

How to Make Homemade Vegetable Glycerin Roll-On Deodorant

Several studies, including one published by P.D. Darbre in a 2003 issue of the "Journal of Applied Toxicology," suggest a link bet...

How to Cook Turnips in a Crockpot

When many people think of turnips, they think of bitter, dry root vegetables that are suitable only as filler for stews or soups. ...

Parsnip Nutrition Information

Parsnips are a member of the umbelliferae family of vegetables, related to carrots, fennel, celeriac and parsley root. This creamy...

Vegetables That Contain Salt

You may realize that some processed foods, restaurant entrees and many canned vegetables contain salt, but you may not be aware th...

Which Gives You More Energy, Meat or Vegetables?

You might count calories as part of a weight-loss diet without fully understanding what a calorie is and how it works. A calorie i...

Kohlrabi Nutrition Information

Kohlrabi, a member of the turnip family, has been a popular vegetable in Europe since the 16th century but didn't make its way int...

How to Cook Vegetables in a Skillet

Use a heavy skillet to prepare vegetables using a variety of easy cooking methods. Sauteeing is a quick-cooking method that retain...

Ways to Cook Radishes

If your only acquaintances with radishes are the red and white circles that lurk next to the tomatoes and cucumbers in your green ...

How to Cook Arugula

With its spicy, bold taste, raw arugula is often added to salads to punch up the flavor, but the leafy green can also be eaten coo...
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