Do you get enough produce variety in your meals, or you eat the same fruits and veggies, prepared in the same way, day-in and day-out? I used to walk right past the bok choy and kohlrabi in the grocery store, not knowing how to prepare or cook those unusual vegetables. For a long time, I stuck to green beans and green-leaf salad.
There are hundreds of kinds of fruits and vegetables, and all of them can be interesting and delicious to eat if they are prepared right. Every meal can be an adventure. I will show you how to get out of your produce rut!
Jeanne is a budding foodie who has a life-long passion for produce. She spent her childhood in the Pacific Northwest, where she enjoyed picking and eating berries, peaches, pears, and apples, and savored the flavors of fresh artichoke and asparagus. Then she lived in Maui for high school and college, where she loved eating fresh juicy mangoes, crisp rose apples, sweet-tart strawberry guavas, and buttery Sharwil avocados.