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-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- 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-did you know you can eat the skin?
Kumquats-you can eat the skin of kumquats also, and the skin is sweeter than the fruit!
Oranges-high and vitamin C, delicious and juicy. Great for fresh squeezed orange juice or a tasty afternoon snack.
Pears-juicy and sweet. Goes well with sweet or savory dishes.
Pomegranates-ruby red kernels bursting with flavor and antioxidants. The seeds are edible.
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-roasted beets are delicious.
Peas-a versatile veggie that makes a quick and yummy side dish.
Sweet potatoes-try roasting them until caramelized.
PUMPKINS, BUTTERNUT SQUASH
Pumpkins, winter squash, and butternut squash-a fall favorite.What are your favorite fall fruits and veggies? Do you like Brussels Sprouts?