This colorful, low calorie pepper adds a great taste and crunch to any of your meals. Bell peppers have a substantial amount of vitamin A, vitamin C, and potassium. These peppers come in their famous colors of red, orange, and yellow. Bell peppers can be cooked or cooked with in a significant variety. You can enjoy this spice less pepper in your salads, veggie kebabs, sauteed, roasted and so much more. Enjoy this vibrant fruit/vegetable for the rest of this fall season.
This simple Zucchini recipe was made by one of BUFA's farmers Ms. Judith De Lane. This recipe is easy to make and requires only seven ingredients.
- Onion (1/2)
- Tomatoes (2-3)
- Garlic Cloves or Minced ( 1 Tsp)
- Oil (any kind) ( 1 -2 Tsp)
Go ahead and give this recipe a try. We hope that you enjoy it.
Green beans contain many vital vitamins. According to Healthline one cup of raw green beans contain 33 micrograms of folate, almost 10 percent of the daily recommended value. Fresh green beans are the best choice, and cooking them is a breeze. Green beans can be boiled, sauteed, fried, and much more. Enjoy green beans this summer here at BUFA.
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Similar to the last blog with tomatoes, (name-a-fruit-vegetable-that-is-red-sometimes-green-and-is-juicy-and-plump.html) eggplants are known as vegetables but are considered fruit because they have seeds. This big purple fruit is not only eye catching but it is tasty also. They can be eaten raw, grilled, sauteed, roasted, and so much more.