This little green stock is a classic veggie containing lots of vitamins and minerals. This vegetable can go with a lot of dishes and can be cooked in many ways.
Despite being a popular vegetable, Asparagus is actually hard to grow. Asparagus can spend nearly three years underground before being harvested due to it needing more room to grow.
Nutritional Facts about Asparagus:
- High in Folic Acid, potassium, fiber, vitamin A, C, E, B6, K, and thiamine
- Contains folate, iron, copper, calcium, and protein
- Low in fat and calories
- Helps fight bloating
Refrigerator: 3 days
Tip: Trim the ends before wrapping the spears in a damp paper towel, then in a plastic bag.