Today we want to tell you more about delicious but nearly forgotten fruits and vegetables that can become a great addition to your fall daily diet.
The new season is a great opportunity to diverse your daily diet, adding new amazing fruits and vegetables to ration. However, when it comes to choosing them, most people stick to more common vegetables and fruits, completely ignoring the ones that are rarer. Don’t repeat their mistake: pick one of these amazing fruits and vegetables that can add new flavours to your dishes.
While a parsley itself isn’t so rare, its roots are not often used in cooking. However, they can be a great addition to a plate of cooked vegetables or to a vegetable soup. Parsley roots don’t lose their flavour when they are cooked, adding a spicy taste to the main dish. You can also add them to salads for better taste. They contain various essential oils, vitamin C, and potassium.
One of the best fall fruits. It has a unique texture and a rich taste. There are so many ways to add persimmons to your diet: you can blend them to add to smoothies or different festive cocktails, use them as an ingredient for pies and another bakery, and, of course, add them to salads for an interesting tangy flavour. They are also rich in vitamin C and fiber.
A great replacement of the ordinary beans, snow peas are loaded with vitamins K and C and have an amazing crunchy texture, which makes them a perfect addition to various pasta, salads, and other dishes. There’s only one more thing you need to remember: if you keep snow peas in the fridge for too long, they will be ruined. So be sure to cook them right after you buy it.
Being a perfect addition to the various seasonal bakery, cocktails, and many other dishes, cranberries also help you become healthier and withstand viral infections. They are rich in vitamin C, may improve good cholesterol levels and help fight infections as well as reduce their risk.
Cabbage is very nutritious: just a cup of it almost covers one daily dose of fiber, vitamins C and K. It also contains many phytonutrients, helping detox the body naturally. Moreover, cabbage is a perfect addition to various warm autumn dishes, such as salads and various wraps: it changes its flavour after being cooked and tastes well both with other roasted vegetables and meat.
While radishes are perfect for spring salads, they are also very good for autumn cooking. They have a slightly sweet taste and an amazing crunchy texture, and are a great source of vitamin C. You can eat them fresh or stir-fry them: they will taste delicious in both cases. Moreover, you can add a bit of soy sauce to them: they complement perfectly.
These fruits are rich in vitamin C and have a specific, subtly sweet flavour. While they can be quite tricky to find, you can always find bottled varieties of them. Chestnuts can be added to different dishes, starting from bread and ending with salads and plates of roasted vegetables. They are also a great addition to various season dishes, both fall and winter ones.
So if you want to try new products, why don’t you try these ones? They taste amazing and are very healthy!