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Jeannette Bessinger discusses how to prepare fruits and vegetables in a healthy way
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Speaker: What are some healthy ways to prepare fruits and vegetables?
Jeannette Bessinger: The simplest way to prepare vegetables is to wash and peal or slice and eat them raw. They are wonderful in salads somethings like that, they are great with dips if you want to make a accrued type 0:00:16 turn them into spears or a strips. You can also steam vegetables use a basket steamer in a small saucepan in very high temperature for a short amount of time to soften or welt the vegetables makes them a little more digestible and breaks down larger amounts of green leafy vegetables into a smaller portion and so little easier to eat.
And another wonderful way is to water sauté or use a broth so if you a sauté pan may be a four quart, six quart sauté pan with a little bit of vegetable oil like an olive oil or a little bit of broth, little bit of water and just move those vegetables around in the pan until they start to soften and to wilt, and those are three of the ways.