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Beyond The Pale

While the rainbow hues of summertime produce are unmistakably eye-catching, don’t let their showy colors fool you. The pale white and beige vegetables are every bit as nutritious and important as their colorful counterparts.

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Parsnips

A paler cousin of parsley and carrots, stock up on vitamin C, manganese and folate with these rooty beauties.

Turnips

Loaded with vitamin C, and a great source of minerals, vitamins and fiber, there are just 28 calories in 100g of turnips!

White Onions

Don’t cry! Raw or cooked white onions are a good source of fiber and folic acid.

Celery Root

Rich in B vitamins, iron, calcium and vitamin C, enjoy this crunchy root raw in salads, or cooked in a creamy soup.

Pears

A great place to go for fiber and vitamin C. At about 100 calories per pear, this fruit is a perfect on-the-go snack!

White Button Mushrooms

A certified superfood, these babies are full of micronutrients, along with vitamin D, folate, zinc, iron, and B vitamins.

Potatoes

An excellent source of fiber, potassium, vitamin C and vitamin B6, this versatile tuber is also rich in healthy phytochemicals.

Garlic

While these potent little cloves aren’t nutrient-dense, they do pack a powerful antioxidant punch.

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