AARP: Tasty ways to cook winter's healthiest vegetables.
You've heard of “eating the rainbow” when it comes to getting lots of nutritional variety in your diet. Although that goal may seem easier when you're knee-deep in summer greens and produce, winter provides its own bounty of immune system boosters — right when cold and flu season means you really need them.
High on the list? Winter squash, sweet potatoes, carrots, beets (and don't forget their greens) and many green vegetables. Cruciferous veggies, such as cabbage, brussels sprouts, broccoli, kale, collards, turnips and rutabaga, are at their best in winter, when they've had a bit of cold exposure when they are grown. READ MORE
(Source: AARP, 01/10/2021)