Cooking by Color: A Vegetable Guide

Sometimes you just want a little kitchen shortcut. Have you ever thought about cooking vegetables by color? It turns out that many vegetables that share colors also share other qualities that impact how they are cooked.

Cooking Greens (High in Chlorophyll)

Greens cook well in open pots — only cover if you want to briefly steam.

Greens also tend to cook quickly, so watch them closely.


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