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Vegetable List - alphabetical A-Z list of all vegetables

The following list of vegetables are all the most popular vegetables that are used in the kitchen for cooking, culinary vegetables which have been listed in alphabetical order to make the list simple to read and understand. There are also some unusual vegetables that you will find within the list with vegetable names that you may not recognize, that are not so popular. Some of the vegetables on the list are classed as fruits or grains, however, for culinary or eating purposes, they are referred to as vegetables and therefore, appear in the vegetables list. These particular vegetables which are fruits or grains are marked on the list of vegetables.

Vegetables List - a list of all types of veggies
Within this complete list of healthy vegetables, you will find all types of vegetables including a cruciferous vegetables,  nightshade vegetables, list of beans, list of peas, list of onions, list of peppers, list of squashes and a list of root vegetables. It can be quite surprising which vegetables are related and are members of the same vegetable family. For example onions as garlic and leeks are related to the onion family. If you are looking for more information and facts about vegetables and the nutritional benefits that they offer to our health, please click on the vegetables index link above for an a-z list of vegetables where you will find further interesting information and a list about all types of healthy vegetables from a list of organic vegetables to green leafy varieties as well as individual images of vegetables and the health benefits that they provide.

Vegetable List in Alphabetical Order

Alfalfa sprouts
Anise
Artichoke
Arugula
Asparagus
Aubergine (UK) Eggplant (US)

List of Beans
Azuki / Adzuki Beans
Bean Sprouts
Black Beans
Borlotti Beans
Broad Beans
Chickpeas, Garbanzos, or Ceci Beans
Green Beans
Kidney beans
Lentils
Lima Bean or Butter Beans
Mung Beans
Navy Beans
Runner Beans
Soy Beans

A-Z Vegetables List

Bok choy (US) (Known as Chinese leaves in the UK)
Breadfruit

Broccoflower (a hybrid)
Broccoli (green and purple varieties)
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Calabrese
Cauliflower
Celery
Chard
Cilantro
Collard greens
Corn salad
Endive
Fennel
Fiddleheads (young coiled fern leaves)
Frisee
Kale
Kohlrabi
Lemon grass
Lettuce Lactuca sativa
Maize (UK) Corn (US) Sweetcorn officially a grain)
Mushrooms (a fungus, not a plant)
Mustard greens
Nettles
New Zealand spinach
Okra

 


Alphabetical Vegetable List

Onion family / List of Onions
Chives
Garlic
Leek Allium porrum
Onion
Shallot
Spring onion (UK) Green onion (US) Scallion


Parsley

Peas / List of Peas
Black-eyed Peas
Mangetout or Snap Peas

Peppers / List of Peppers (fruits, but treated as vegetables)
Green pepper
Red pepper (Bell Pepper / Pimento)
Yellow Pepper
Chili pepper (Capsicum)
Jalapeno
Habanero
Paprika
Tabasco
Cayenne pepper

Radicchio
Rhubarb


Root vegetable List / List of Root Vegetables
Beetroot (UK) Beet (US)
Mangel-Wurzel: a variety of beet used mostly as cattlefeed
Carrot
Celeriac
Daikon
Fennel

Radish / List of Radish

Swede (UK) Rutabaga (US)
Turnip
Wasabi
White radish

Salsify (usually Purple Salsify or Oyster Plant)
Skirret
Spinach


Squashes - List of Squashes (fruits, but treated as vegetables)
Acorn squash
Butternut squash
Courgette (UK) Zucchini (US)
Cucumber (fruits, but treated as vegetables)
Gem squash
Marrow (UK) Squash (US) Cucurbita maxima
Patty pans
Pumpkin
Spaghetti squash

Tat soi
Tomato (a fruit, but treated as a vegetable)

Tubers / List of Tubers
Jicama
Jerusalem artichoke
Potato
Sweet potato
Taro
Yam

Water chestnut
Watercress

 

 

Growing Your Own Vegetables - Benefits, Health and Nutrition
Gradually humans began trying and tasting these healthy, unusual, vibrant and colorful vegetables from exotic and oriental countries. All of which provide us with essential health benefits, vitamins and nutrients, and help to maintain and improve nutrition, health, well-being and lifestyle. All types of vegetables of very high standard and quality are readily available to us in this day and age.

Many people grow their own veg so that they can experience the most health benefits and nutritional benefits from the freshest and most healthiest produce at a low cost. It takes considerable time and care throughout the seasons to grown healthy, nutritional veggies. It is not an easy task but home-grown veggies taste lovely and contain the most vitamins and nutrients which is essential for good health.

 

Health experts and nutritionists believe that a well-balanced diet that includes at least five portions of fruit and vegetables per day will help to considerably improve our lifestyles and ultimately extend our lives

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