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I used to like baby carrots but have moved on..I am now addicted to Sugar Snap Peas..I just wished they were less than $10 a bag.
 

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Fiddle heads with a wee bit of salt and butter. Another $10/teeny weeny bag veggie.
 

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Fiddle heads with a wee bit of salt and butter. Another $10/teeny weeny bag veggie.
Do they grow in the West?

You can pick 'em for free on the east coast. We used to go every spring and spend a whole weekend picking, cleaning and blanching them, we'd get enough for the whole year.
 

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Broccolli (sp?) hands down for me....
 

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PORK!

BROCCOLI!
BROCCOLI!
BROCCOLI!

...and all the others are good too.

V8 is fantastic too.

Peace, Mooh.
 

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"Call any vegetable, and the the chances are good, that vegetable will respond to you" FZ
 
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I like em' all. Raw and eldante.
But my main pick?
Habenero (scotch bonnet) peppers.
 

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You like turnips????:D
Not much of a vegatable lover I'm afraid.

I stick to green or yellow beens, sweet peas(not really vegatables I guess), corn (again, not a vegatable) and that's pretty much it.


Broccoli, colliflower, lettuce, celery and a myriad of other plants don't seem like food to me and I don't eat them.
 

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My vote is for the humble parsnip!

While I like most veggies my cultural heritage is Scottish and Irish. That means potatoes, carrots, neeps (turnip) and...the parsnip!

A beef stew is not complete without parsnips in it. I've even been known to boil up some parsnips and eat 'em by themselves, with a light butter glaze.

I guess that's also why I'm partial to "roots" music!:smile:

:food-smiley-004:
 
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