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And more than 80% of pineapples, papayas, asparagus, onions and cabbages tested negative for pesticide residues.
That day this included fat spears of asparagus ($14) cooked on embers and seasoned with a vinaigrette made from the juices of Indian-style pickles.
For veggies like broccoli and asparagus, cut them first into bite-size pieces, then give them a quick blanch in boiling water before cooling and freezing.
In a large stainless-steel bowl, place asparagus, drizzle with oil and toss lightly to coat.
Greater availability has led to a huge increase in per-capita consumption of many crops, including mangoes (up 1,850 percent from 1975 to 2016), limes, avocados, grapes, asparagus, artichokes and squash.
The best prebiotic foods are chicory, garlic, leeks, onions, asparagus, banana and artichoke.
Cook asparagus, in batches, until crisp-tender, 3 to 4 minutes.
One exception are leeks and asparagus, which can be stored upright, with the cut end submerged in about an inch of water.
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Origin and Etymology of asparagus
First Known Use: 1543See Words from the same year
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Definition of asparagus for English Language Learners
: a plant with long green stems and tiny leaves at one end that is cooked and eaten as a vegetable
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