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Don’t know how to do much more than put a frozen bag of veggies in the microwave? Have no fear! These easy methods and simple tutorials for cooking vegetables will help you get a nourishing, colorful meal on the table in no time.
By Morgan DeBoest
Learning how to cook vegetables is a valuable skill that will improve the quality of your meals, snacks, appetizers, and more. Whether you’re sauteing mushrooms or roasting sweet potatoes, these easy methods and simple tutorials for cooking vegetables will help you get a nourishing, colorful meal on the table in no time.
Veggies on the Quick
These methods are among the quickest ways to get veggies from your fridge to the table…..
By Sandee LaMotte, CNN
Updated 1258 GMT (2058 HKT) May 5, 2016
(CNN)Whether you love vegetables or not, there’s one thing you know for sure: Veggies are really good for you. And you can make them even more nutritious if you prepare them in ways that maximize their benefits.
Oddly enough, that’s not likely to be raw. Studies show the process of cooking actually breaks down tough outer layers and cellular structure of many vegetables, making it easier for your body to absorb their nutrients.
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After scientists recommended eating 800g a day to prevent early death, readers tell us how they get so much greens in their diet
Forget five a day, now it’s all about getting 10 portions of fruit and vegetables into your diet. That is according to scientists who say doing this could prevent up to 7.8 million premature deaths worldwide.
But how do you make sure you get your 10 a day (about 800g of fruit and veg)? We asked those of you who already consume this amount. Here is a selection of responses.
Cathy, 60 from Thames Ditton – ‘My advice is don’t buy processed foods’
Tamraparni Dasu, 55, from New Jersey, US – ‘The food I grew up with was centred around vegetables’
Anonymous, from north Wales – ‘I add vegetables to add flavour but also to add bulk and nutrients cheaply’
Still Life: Plate of Peaches is a visually stunning and historically significant early work within Cézanne’s oeuvre, and forms a crucial component of the Guggenheim’s collection of early modern art. Long overshadowed by the “wrong” frame, the painting is now ready to be seen in a brilliant new light. The painting in its new frame is on view for the first time in Visionaries, where it serves as a vivid illustration of why the right frame matters.
Paul Cézanne’s painting Still Life: Plate of Peaches (Assiette de pêches) (1879–80)—currently on view in the exhibition Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim—was included in the German dealer and collector Justin K. Thannhauser’s extraordinary gift of early modern paintings to the Guggenheim in 1978.