Fruits and Vegetables in Season for November

Seasonal Fruits and Veggies for November 


Eating in season fruits and vegetables is one of the easiest ways to live sustainably.  It is also one of the tastiest! Here is a quick guide to November's seasonal produce:

 

APPLES

 

Apples-an apple a day keeps the doctor away.  Apples are so versatile.  They can go into sweet or savory dishes.  Try using them in a pie or toss in a salad.  

 

CRANBERRIES 

red cranberries

 

Cranberries- a little red berry packed with antioxidants.  They can be used for more than just cranberry sauce, try adding a few to your smoothie.

 

KIWI

green kiwi

 

Kiwi-did you know you can eat the skin?

KUMQUATS 

kumquat

 

Kumquats-you can eat the skin of kumquats also, and the skin is sweeter than the fruit!

ORANGES

orange fruit

 

Oranges-high and vitamin C, delicious and juicy.  Great for fresh squeezed orange juice or a tasty afternoon snack.

PEARS

green pears

 

Pears-juicy and sweet.  Goes well with sweet or savory dishes.

 

POMEGRANATES

pomegranates

 

Pomegranates-ruby red kernels bursting with flavor and antioxidants.  The seeds are edible.

 

BRUSSELS SPROUTS

Brussel Sprouts

 

Brussels sprouts-maybe you didn’t like them as a kid, but you might enjoy their complex flavor as an adult.  Try tossing them in olive oil, season with salt and pepper and roast until caramelized.

BEETS 

beetroot

Beets-roasted beets are delicious.

PEAS

green peas

Peas-a versatile veggie that makes a quick and yummy side dish.

SWEET POTATOES

sweet potatoes

 

Sweet potatoes-try roasting them until caramelized.

PUMPKINS, BUTTERNUT SQUASH

winter squash

 

Pumpkins, winter squash, and butternut squash-a fall favorite. 

What are your favorite fall fruits and veggies?  Do you like Brussels Sprouts?





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