List of Vegetables that contain Carbohydrates, Vegetables List

List of Vegetables that contain Carbohydrates, Vegetables List

Vegetable Carbohydrates Calories
Asparagus 2g 26
Aubergine 2.3g 15
8-18g Medium
Beetroot 8g 38
Broccoli 2g 32
Brussels Sprouts 4g 40
Cabbage average 4g 24
Carrot 8g 32
Cauliflower 3g 32
Celery 1g 8
Chicory 3g 10
Courgette 2g 20
Cucumber 1.5g 10
Fennel 1.9g 13
Gherkins 2.8g 15
Gourd 1g 12
Leek 3g 22
Lettuce (average) 1.5g 13
Marrow 2g 10
Mushroom 0.5g 12
Okra 3g 30
Onion 8g 35
Onion Spring 6g 23
Parsnip 12g 60
10-15g Medium
Peppers 1.6g 18
15-25g low-med
Pumpkin 2.1g 12
Radish 2g 13
Spinach 1.5g 23
Swede 5g 22
Sweetcorn 2g 24
Tomatoes 3g 18
Turnip 4.5g 21
Watercress 0.3g 21
Yam 27g 110
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List of Vegetables that contain protein, Vegetables List

List of Vegetables that contain protein, Vegetables List

Vegetable (100 grams) Protein (g)
Asparagus 3
Aubergine 1
Beetroot 2
Broccoli 3
Brussel Sprouts 3
Cabbage 1
Carrot 0.5
Cauliflower 3
Celery 0.5
Cucumber 0.5
Fennel 1
Leek 1.6
Lettuce 0.7
Mushrooms 2
Okra 2.4
Onion 0.7
Spring Onion 2
Parsnip 1.5
Peppers 1
Pumpkin 0.5
Radish 0.7
Spinach 2
Swede 0.5
Sweet Corn 2.5
Tomatoes 2
Turnip 0.8
Yam 2

 

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List of all Vegetables, Vegetables List

Alphabetic List of all Vegetables, Alphabetic Vegetables List

Artichoke – a tight head of fleshy leaves, delicious with lemon butter

Asparagus – tender green tips available during a short growing season

Aubergene – A rich purple vegetable that absorbs strong flavours well. The aubergene is called eggplant in America.

Beans – high protien seeds of legume plants

Beet – Tubers with rich nutty flavours. A sweet variety of beet is grown commercially in europe and asia for sugar manufacture.

Broccoli – green and delicious and full of vitamins

Brussels sprouts – traditionally eaten with Christmas Dinner in the UK

Cabbage – the king of vegetables. Easy to grow almost anywhere

Carrot – Introduced by the Romans, carrots have been popular for 2000 Years

Cauliflower – White relative of broccoli

Celeriac – a large knotted ball-like root vegetable which makes amazing nutty soups

Celery – Slightly bitter (unless blanched) european stalks with a distinctive flavour, used in salads, stews and soups.

Chard – green leafy vegetable

Chicory – bitter vegetable

Collards – This leafy green vegetable is also known as tree-cabbage and is rich in vitamins and minerals.

Corn – North American native vegetable considered sacred by many native tribes. Confusingly corn is also the word used to describe the seeds of wheat and barley.

Cress – small peppery sprouts

Cucumbers – related to courgettes and traditionally used raw in salads. The cucumber grows quickly and holds lots of water

Gourds – The common name for fruits of the Cucurbitaceae family of plants (members include cucumbers, squashes, luffas, and melons).

Jerusalem Artichoke – It isn’t an Artichoke and it doesn’t come from Jerusalem. The jersalem Artichoke is actually related to the sunflower. The bit we eat is an ugly little tuber (like a small thin potato) that tastes amazing. It has a smoky taste that really excites the palette.

Kales – Until the Renaissance, kale was the most common green vegetable eated by the people of northern Europe

Kohlrabi – Kohlrabi is a member of the turnip family and can be either purple or white.

Leek – The national vegetable of Wales.

Lettuce – lots of green leaves used as a mainstay of salads. Varieties such as round, isberg, lollo rosso and radichio are popular.

Melons – Wonderful fruits with a high water content. There are many farmed varieties . All have seeds surrounded by rich, watery but sweet flesh that is encased in a fairly hard shell.

Mushrooms – not technically a vegetable, but a far older member of the plant kingdom. Mushrooms do not use sunlight to produce energy, hence they have a completely different range of tastes than any other vegetable. Did you know that the largest single living organism on earth is a mushroom called Armillaria Ostoyae, the biggest of which is up to 8,500 years old and carpets nearly 10 square kilometres of forest floor in northeastern Oregon, USA.

Okra also called ‘ladies fingers’ or gumbo is a wonderful pungent vegetable from the same family as hollyhock. It probably was first cultivated in Ethiopia and is still a North African staple, but has become popular in Europe, Asia and America too.

Onions Onions have been eaten for tens of thousands of years and we still aren’t bored of them.

Parsnips The sweet, starchy parsnip was a very popular european vegetable before the arrival of potaoes and Sugar Cane from the Americas. Although not the prize it once was, the Parsnip is a classic root vegetable, particularly popular in more northern lattitudes.

Peas – best eated within minutes of picking as the sugars rapidly turn to starch. Therefore frozen peas often taste better than ‘fresh’ peas.

Peppers – These are the fruit of the Capsicum family of plants. The hotter tasting ones (due to more Capsaicinoids in the flesh) are usually refered to as chillis.

Potatoes – Nothing finer than a steaming plate of mashed potatoes. An american staple crop that as been exported all over the world.

Pumpkins – A popular gourd vegetable used in cooking and to make halloween jack o lanterns.

Radicchio – a chicory leaf used in salads. Popular since ancient times, modern widescale cultivation of the plant began in the fifteenth century close to Venice in Italy.

Radish – rich in ascorbic acid (vitamin C), folic acid (folate), and Potassium, the raddish is a peppery vegetable popular in western and asian cookery. We usually eat the taproot, but the leaves can also be eaten in salads.

Rhubarb – A plant with large leaves that grow out of thick succulent stems with a very particular floral scent. These stems are popularly eaten as a fruit once sweetened and cooked. Rhubarb was originally native to China but has been popular in Europe since Roman times.

Rutabaga – Alternative name for Swede

Shallots – Small onions often with a more fiery bite.

Spinach -large green leaves wilt easily in a pan and are often served with a little butter and nutmeg as an accompanying vegetable. Spinach contains lots of healthy trace minerals including iron

Squash another generic name for fruits of the vine of the Cucurbitaceae family of plants (see also Gourds). Butternut Squash has recently grown in popularity in the United Kingdom.

Swede – Apparently a cross between cabbages and turnips swedes are a low calory root vegetable

Sweetcorn – a north american native plant loved throughout the world.

Sweet potato Ipomoea batatas (related to the morning glory) produces a starchy tuber. In the USA the red variety of sweet potato is often called a yam, although yams are a seperate vegetable in their own right.

Tomatoes – not technically a vegetable, but a fruit. Tomatoes are best grown yourself because the uniform flavourless powdery fruits available in supermarkets are not worth eating.

Turnips – Root vegetable will grow in cold climates.

Watercress – very peppery small salad like leaves

Watermelon – Sweet tasting gourd reaches enourmous size and definitely the most refreshing fruit there is.

Yams – Sweet starchy tuber that are popular in African, Carribean and American cookery

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List of Most Spoken Languages, Most Spoken Languages List

List of most spoken languages with Language Family / Script Used / No of Speakers & Areas of Usage

Pos Language Family Script(s) Used Speakers
(Millions)
Where Spoken (Major)
1 Mandarin Sino-Tibetan Chinese Characters 1151 China, Malaysia, Taiwan
2 English Indo-European Latin 1000 USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand
3 Spanish Indo-European Latin 500 Mexico, Central and South America, Spain
4 Hindi Indo-European Devanagari 490 North and Central India
5 Russian Indo-European Cyrillic 277 Russia, Central Asia
6 Arabic Afro-Asiatic Arabic 255 Middle East, Arabia, North Africa
7 Portuguese Indo-European Latin 240 Brazil, Portugal, Southern Africa
8 Bengali Indo-European Bengali 215 Bangladesh, Eastern India
9 French Indo-European Latin 200 France, Canada, West Africa, Central Africa
10 Malay, Indonesian Malayo-Polynesian Latin 175 Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore
11 German Indo-European Latin 166 Germany, Austria, Central Europe
12 Japanese Altaic Chinese Characters and 2 Japanese Alphabets 132 Japan
13 Farsi (Persian) Indo-European Nastaliq 110 Iran, Afghanistan, Central Asia
14 Urdu Indo-European Nastaliq 104 Pakistan, India
15 Punjabi Indo-European Gurumukhi 103 Pakistan, India
16 Wu Sino-Tibetan Chinese Characters 90 China
17 Vietnamese Austroasiatic Based on Latin 86 Vietnam, China
18 Javanese Malayo-Polynesian Javanese 85 Indonesia
19 Tamil Dravidian Tamil 78 Southern India, Sri Lanka, Malyasia
20 Korean Altaic Hangul 78 Korean Peninsula
21 Turkish Altaic Latin 75 Turkey, Central Asia
22 Telugu Dravidian Telugu 74 Southern India
23 Marathi Indo-European Devanagari 72 Western India
24 Italian Indo-European Latin 62 Italy, Central Europe
25 Thai Sino-Tibetan Thai 60 Thailand, Laos
26 Burmese Sino-Tibetan Burmese 56 Myanmar
27 Cantonese Sino-Tibetan Chinese Characters 55 Southern China
28 Kannada Dravidian Kannada 47 Southern India
29 Gujarati Indo-European Gujarati 46 Western India, Kenya
30 Polish Indo-European Latin 46 Poland, Central Europe

 

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List of Swamp Animals, Swamp Animals List

Swamp animals (animales de los pantanos)

English / Inglés Spanish / Español “Spanunciation”
Flamingo Flamenco flamíngou
Frog Rana frág
Hippo Hipopótamo jépou
Crocodile Cocodrílo krákadaiol
Duck Pato dák

 

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List of Savannah Animals,Savannah Animals List

Savannah animals (animales de la sabana)

English / Inglés Spanish / Español “Spanunciation”
Buffalo Búfalo báfelou
Cheetah Guepardo chíra
Elephant Elefante élefent
Giraffe Jirafa yeráf
Hyena Hiena jaína
Kangaroo Canguro kengarú
Ostrich Avestruz ástrech
Rhino Rinoceronte ráinou
Zebra Cebra síbra
Antelope
Antílope áneloup

 

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List of Jungle Animals, Jungle Animals List

Jungle Animals (animales de la jungla)

English / Inglés Spanish / Español “Spanunciation”
Ape Mono éip
Baboon Babuino babún
Cobra Cobra kóubra
Chimpanzee Chimpancé chempensí
Gorilla Gorila goréla
Panda Oso panda pénda
Sloth Perezoso sláth
Parrot Loro pérot
Tiger Tigre táiger

 

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List of Insects, Insects List

Insects

English / Inglés Spanish / Español “Spanunciation”
Butterfly Mariposa bárer flái
Dragonfly Libélula drágen flái
Fly Mosca flái
Grasshopper Saltamontes grás jáper
Ladybug Mariquita léidibag
Mosquito Mosquito maskírou
Moth Polilla math
Praying mantis Mantis religiosa préin mántes
Snail Caracol snéiol
Scorpion Escorpión skórpian
Spider Araña spáider
Wasp Avispa uásp
Ant Hormiga ánt
Bee Abeja
Beetle Escarabajo bírol

 

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List of Forest Animals, Forest Animals List

Forest animals (animales del bosque)

English / Inglés Spanish / Español “Spanunciation”
Beaver Castor bíver
Bird Pájaro berd
Boar Jabalí bor
Chameleon Camaleón kamélian
Chipmunk Ardilla listada chépmonk
Deer Ciervo díer
Dove Paloma dav
Eagle Águila ígol
Falcon Halcón fáolkan
Geese Ocas / gansos gis
Snake Serpiente snéik
Hawk Halcón jak
Hummingbird Colibrí jámenberd
Koala Koala koála
Mouse Ratón máus
Owl Búho áuol
Racoon Mapache rekún
Skunk Mofeta skank
Squirrel Ardilla skuérel
Armadillo Armadillo Armadélou
Bat Murciélago bát
Bear Oso Béar
Weasel Comadreja uísol
Moose Alce americano mus

 

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List of Sea Animals, Sea Animals List

Sea Animals (Animales del mar)

English / Inglés Spanish / Español “Spanunciation”
Crab Cangrejo kreb
Dolphin Délfin dálfin
Shark Tiburón shark
Eel Anguila íol
Gray whale Ballena gris gréi uéiol
Jellyfish Medusa yéolifesh
Killer whale Orca kéler uéiol
Lobster Langosta lábster
Manta ray Mantarraya ména réi
Octopus Pulpo áktapos
Oyster Ostra óister
Seal Foca síol
Turtle Tortuga tértol
Sealion León Marino sí láion
Squid Calamar skuéd
Seahorse Caballito de mar síjors
Starfish Estrella de mar stár fesh
Angel fish Chiribico éinyel fesh
Seagull Gaviota sígol
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