Some articles on vegetables, vegetable:

List Of Foods By Protein Content - Vegetables, Grain and Pulses
... Vegetables Nori seaweed, dried sheets 36.25 ready-to-eat green vegetables 0.33 to 3.11 ready-to-eat starchy tubers 0.87 to 6.17 high scores home-prepared potato pancakes 6.17 French fries 3.18-4 ...
List Of Japanese Ingredients - Plant Sources - Vegetables
... See also CategoryJapanese vegetables (fruit vegetables) cucumber (kyūri) eggplant (nasu, nasubi) shishitō mild peppers Manganji pepper(ja) Fushimi pepper ... (Cabbage family or Brassica leafy vegetables) komatsuna - (B ... glabra) takana (Japanese vegetable) (タカナ?) - (Brassica juncea var ...
List Of Korean Dishes - Korean Dish By Ingredient - Vegetable-based Dishes
... Namul, seasoned vegetables Saengchae (생채), made with shredded fresh vegetables and seasonings ... - made with Chinese bellflower Sukchae (숙채), cooked vegetables Kongnamul (콩나물) - soybean sprouts, usually eaten in boiled and seasoned banchan ... Japchae (잡채) - vermicelli noodles cooked with stir-fried vegetables and small pieces of beef, which are cooked in a soy sauce mixture ...
Lawrence Ogilvie - Career - Bermuda
... potatoes established plant quarantine studied the diseases of celery and other vegetables, maize, vines, avocados, bananas and citrus fruits and ... nursery-stock export certificates, and the inspection and grading of fruit and vegetables for export ... Bermuda had three crops of vegetables each year for export to New York this gave him the experience to later pioneer the European study of vegetable diseases ...

Famous quotes containing the word vegetables:

    A woman who writes feels too much,
    those trances and portents!
    As if cycles and children and islands
    weren’t enough; as if mourners and gossips
    and vegetables were never enough.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    my Uncle Sol’s farm
    failed because the chickens
    ate the vegetables so
    my Uncle Sol had a
    chicken farm till the
    skunks ate the chickens when
    —E.E. (Edward Estlin)

    Without any extraordinary effort of genius, I have discovered that nature was the same three thousand years ago as at present; that men were but men then as well as now; that modes and customs vary often, but that human nature is always the same. And I can no more suppose, that men were better, braver, or wiser, fifteen hundred or three thousand years ago, than I can suppose that the animals or vegetables were better than they are now.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)