How many vegetables do you need to make tasty and healthy
Vegetables is a culinary term for the edible part (for example, fruit or tuber) of some plants, as well as any solid plant food, with the exception of fruits, cereals, mushrooms and nuts. The culinary term “vegetable” can be applied to edible fruits, which from a botanical point of view are berries.
In Old Russian, the fruits of any edible plant were called vegetables or ovoshts, the word "fruit" did not exist, it appears only in 1705, this is a borrowing through Polish. frukt from lat. fructus. Starting from this time, the division of fruits into vegetables and fruits, etc. begins.
According to V.I. Dahl, vegetables are “a garden garden, eatable tops and roots: onions, cabbage, carrots, turnips, beets with tops, etc., also garden fruits, like cucumbers, watermelons, and old, and tree, garden fruits , also boiled and sugared: spicy and compound vegetables. " The Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary meant vegetables "all generally garden plants that go to human food." According to T. F. Efremova, these are “garden fruits and greens that are eaten”.
Vegetables are an important part of the human diet. Growing vegetables is engaged in vegetable growing.
Many people are familiar with the situation when the products in the cooking process are undercooked or overcooked. It's a shame when it spoils the taste of the whole dish.
We prepared a simple infographic on how to cook vegetables. By the way, you can print it and use it when cooking.