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6 of 6 | RHUBARB
These tart red stalks, dubbed the “pie plant”
because they pair well with berries, also make
a beautiful accompaniment to savory dishes,
especially when combined with lemon and
ginger. The benefits Its rich pigment indicates
high amounts of the powerful antioxidant
anthocyanin, and its tartness
comes from a high vitamin C content.
Rhubarb is also packed with calcium and fiber. Serving suggestion Mince rhubarb,
microwave for one minute on high and mix
into your favorite oatmeal at breakfast. This is
one of the few ways to prepare it that doesn’t
require adding a sweetener.