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Fresh Vegetables; Re-Introducing Myself to Vegetables
Topic Started: Mar 11 2008, 08:31 AM (314 Views)
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Last Saturday, my friends and I visited the Burtonsville Armish Market.

So exciting to me!

I purchased fresh beets, spinach, egg plant, tomatoes, cumcumbers and romaine lettuce.

I cooked the beets and its greens separately. So delicious! The spinach was good and sweet. I also had asparagus which I had purchased from a local store. My mother stated that as a child I did not like these vegetables.

Last night in class, a fellow student shared with the class cartons of sweet potatoes. What a blessing! This week I will cook the sweet potatoes and egg plant. How do you cook the egg plant?

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Thank you.
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Ironia I was a bad kid and bad adult lol I dont eat as many veggies as I should...I dont think I have ever had eggplant before what does it taste like? I DO love romaine lettuce, tomatos and cucumbers tho! I like fresh spinach in a salad to for the iron. :broc: :veg:
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Ironia, I have had wonderful eggplant dishes, but have never cooked it myself.

All those veggies, out of season, soundy doubly wonderful.
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:) Thank you editor and Connie for your responses. Connie -- at least you are getting your veggies in through salads. Yes, I do like romaine lettuce, cucumber and tomato. I cannot describe the taste of eggplant because it is usually included with other veggie per dish.

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