100 different fruits and vegetables for 2017

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Jan 2017
6:05pm, 3 Jan 2017
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NDWDave
NHS5aDay say no to potato but sweet potato is ok.

I think cumulative total is absolutely fine. We count partial miles for the annual mileage total rather than rounding down each day
Jan 2017
6:09pm, 3 Jan 2017
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Ultracat
I am thinking it maybe easy to get to around 50 different varieties then may need to try new stuff.

One veg I hate is celery, what about other folks
Jan 2017
6:21pm, 3 Jan 2017
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Velociraptor
Celery is not popular in our household. I don't mind it cooked, though I find the flavour very intrusive when it's in a dish.
Jan 2017
6:23pm, 3 Jan 2017
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GimmeMedals
I really like celery. OH doesn't, but he doesn't mind if I put it in a stew.
13. Avocado
14. Parsley
15. Spring onions
16. Sweet corn
Jan 2017
6:30pm, 3 Jan 2017
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Winded
I quite like celery. Unfortunately I also like to stuff it with stilton.

In a book Richard Hammond wrote after having a brain injury in a crash it says he liked celery after hitting his head at huge speed but didn't before. [random celery fact]
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6:32pm, 3 Jan 2017
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GimmeMedals
17. Kale
18. Broccoli
Jan 2017
7:27pm, 3 Jan 2017
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Sam Vimes Boots
16 Cherries

17 Prunes
18 Dates
19 Garlic
20 Ginger
21 Chinese leaf lettuce

22 Spring onion
23 Chipotle chilli

24 Black Beans
Jan 2017
7:38pm, 3 Jan 2017
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halfpint
14. Raisins (do they count - NHS say so)
15. Pepper

I had lots of repeat ones today.
Jan 2017
8:06pm, 3 Jan 2017
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cackleberry
I'm crap at this! I can see where I am falling short on my healthy eating...
Today I can add-

5. (winter) squash
6. Pepper
Jan 2017
8:14pm, 3 Jan 2017
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Red Squirrel
Love celery ... which reminds me:

12. Grapes
13. Leeks
14. Chick peas
15. Celery

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