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This information will help you to learn vocabulary about vegetables in order to apply it in a restaurant situation.

This information will help you to learn vocabulary about vegetables in order to apply it in a restaurant situation.

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  • 1. VEGETABLE VOCABULARY
    This vocabulary is part of a series of words you will have to learn for expressing better working in a restaurant. Remember that fruits and vegetables are included in certain dishes and when a client ask us about the ingredients we need to give them a brief explanation.
  • 2. ASPARAGUS
  • 3. BEANS SPROUTS
  • 4. BEET ROOT
  • 5. BLACK BEANS
  • 6. BROCCOLI
  • 7. BRUSSELS SPROUTS
  • 8. CABBAGE
  • 9. CARROTS
  • 10. CUCUMBER
  • 11. CHERRY TOMATOES
  • 12. CHICK PEAS
  • 13. CHILES
  • 14. CILANTRO OR CORIANDER
  • 15. EGGPLANT
  • 16. GARLICS
  • 17. GREEN BEANS
  • 18. GREEN ONIONS
  • 19. LETTUCE
  • 20. MUSHROOMS
  • 21. NOPAL (CACTUS)
  • 22. OLIVES
  • 23. ONION
  • 24. PARSLEY
  • 25. PEAS
  • 26. PEPPERMINT
  • 27. PUMPKIN
  • 28. RADISH
  • 29. SWEET POTATOES
  • 30. TOMATOES
  • 31. ZUCCHINI OR COURGETTE

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