This week, we are sharing five items from our food pyramid – VEGETABLES!

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  1. i appreciate the crew already listing most of my favorite veggies….your spinaches, beans of all colors, your brussels sprouts, your cilantros/onions/garlics, sweet potatoes, avocados, cauliflowers….but one of the most underrated veggies has to be collard greens. if it’s available at a bbq/fried chicken place, i am 100% ordering those collards. i suppose they’re pretty similar to spinach, but there’s just a little underlying hint of tang with the collards that’s actually pretty refreshing.

    on a similar note, arugula has really grown on me in the past 10 years. whether they’re sprouts on a burger or one of the prime elements in a spring salad, the bitterness/tang adds just a little something extra to everything.

    i’ve always had a soft spot for red cabbage (specifically red cabbage for some reason). going back to the bbq thing, i’m always on the lookout for a good red cabbage cole slaw with more vinegar than mayo.

    one i’m really surprised wasn’t mentioned was asparagus. really great when you toss ’em on the grill with some oil, old bay and red pepper flakes. and it weaponizes your pee!

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