10 Common Types of Edible Mushrooms You Should Try

Types of edible mushrooms

Do you love eating mushrooms as much as I do? Are you keen to start experimenting with new flavors in your favorite dishes?

You’ve come to right place, because in this article I am going to share 10 different types of edible mushrooms that I think you really need to try.

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What are Nopales? (History, Nutrition Facts and Benefits)

What are nopales?

What the heck are nopales? That might be what you’re thinking when you’re reading this article. I would’ve thought the same thing, until I discovered this unique vegetable a little while back.

In this article I am going to share with you how I have become so excited about nopales and the nopal cactus, and why I now try to eat them regularly.

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15 Weird and Unusual Vegetables You Need to Try

Weird and unusual vegetables

If you’ve read my article about weird and exotic fruits, then you know I’m all about trying out new things. Why stick to bananas and apples, if there are so many unique and delicious fruits out there?

It’s no different when it comes to vegetables. I do love my spinach, kale and broccoli, but trying out vegetables that I don’t immediately recognize is something that always gets me excited.

The best places to find some of these unusual and weird vegetables (and I don’t mean weird in a negative way at all), is at a large fruit and veggies market, or otherwise at an Asian grocery store.

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19 Ways to Sneak More Vegetables into Your Diet

How to eat more vegetables

We all know how important it is to get your fruits and vegetables in. But while eating fruits seems an easy task, eating enough vegetables each and every day can actually be quite challenging.

This is often to do with lack of time in our day to day lives. Preparing a healthy nutritious meal is all too often substituted by a convenient take away dish.

Are you also struggling to eat enough veggies? Then this article is for you!

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10 Fruits and Vegetables High in Vitamin K

Fruits and vegetables high in vitamin K

Vitamin K is essential for the body in different ways. It is best known as the vitamin that helps to form blood clots and prevent excessive bleeding. It is also suggested that Vitamin K helps with the formation and repair of our bones.

While deficiency is very rare, it is important that we maintain a diet that provides us with sufficient vitamin K. The recommended daily allowance is 120 micrograms for men over 19 years old and 90 micrograms for women 19 years and older.

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