Artichokes are among the stranger vegetables, but the flavor is unique and well worth the extra preparation time. You can use canned or frozen artichokes for most recipes, but fresh are always better.
Asparagus season is one of the best parts of spring. Whether green, white, or purple, take advantage of all that abundant fresh asparagus with one of these vegetarian recipes.
Avocados are a delicious source of healthy fats. They can be chopped up for salads, blended into soups, and of course mashed into guacamole. Take a look at these vegetarian recipes featuring avocados.
Beans are an important source of vegetarian protein. Lucky for us, they are also versatile and delicious! Take a look at this list of different ways to enjoy beans in soups, salads, veggie burgers, and more.
Bell peppers add interesting flavor and texture to recipe without the spiciness offered by hot peppers. Here are my favorite vegetarian recipes with bell peppers.
Carrots add nutrition, color, and - when raw - crunch to many salads and other recipes. Try out a few of these delicious vegetarian recipes with carrots.
Sweet corn is delicious with just a bit of salt, but it's also wonderful in soup and salad, and of course cornmeal makes terrific bread. Take look at these vegetarian recipes featuring sweet corn or cornmeal.
Cool off with a variety of refreshing salads and other recipes featuring cucumbers.
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