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Transcript of Veggies
History of vegetables
Vegetables are low in calories but packed with generous amounts of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. vegetables are a good source of carbohydrates, vitamin A, vitamin C and minerals such as calcium and potassium.
Tips for eating vegetables
Put frozen vegetables in an omelets.
make a salad
Try them in soup
Serve them raw
Sneak them into spaghetti and pizza
Why Eat Veggies
Recipe and pictures
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Onions were grown thousands of years since the pyramid were built, the slave ate onions and radishes.
At first the people in England and in Europe didn't eat the potatoes, They grew it because they thought it was a pretty decoration
Sweet corn was given to the explorer Christopher Columbus by the people by the people in Cuba in the 1492.
*Eating diets rich in veggies and fruits as part of a healthy diet may reduce the risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke.
Amount needed per day
*Eating a diet rich in vegetables and fruits as part of an overall healthy diet may protect against certain types of cancers. Consuming vegetables that are lower in calories per cup instead of some other higher-calorie food may be useful in helping to lower calorie intake.
You need two cups of raw leafy vegetable, one cup cooked or chopped raw vegetable, and one cup of vegetable juice every day.
*The vegetables eat are naturally low in fat and calories, none of them also have cholesterol. (Sauces, or seasonings may add fat, calories and cholesterol.)
1 small green papaya, OR 1/2 large (see recipe)
2 cups bean sprouts
1 to 2 tomatoes, cut into thin wedges or long strips
3 spring onions, cut into long matchstick-like pieces
1/2 cup fresh basil
1 red chili, sliced, seeds removed (reduce or omit, to taste)
optional: 1 cup blanched green beans
optional: cooked baby shrimp OR cubed fried tofu
1/2 tsp. shrimp paste OR substitute 1 Tbsp. fish sauce OR soy sauce for vegetarians
2 Tbsp. good-tasting vegetable oil
2 Tbsp. fish sauce OR soy sauce for vegetarians
3 Tbsp. lime juice
shred papya and cut limes
get a mortar and a pestle
Crush the papaya with all the ingredients.
* JC Furne *Raymond Chindavong
Jones Middle School