celery
/ˈsɛɫɝi/
noun
a green vegetable with long stalks that could be eaten
celtuce
/kˈɛltuːs/
noun
a vegetable with both lettuce-like leaves and a thick stem
asparagus
/əˈspɛɹəɡəs/
noun
a long green vegetable with edible stems, used in cooking or eaten raw
cardoon
/kɑɹˈdun/
noun
a thistle-like plant with edible stalks and leaves, commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine
celeriac
/sɛlˈiəɹɪˌæk/
noun
the knobby edible root of a plant of the celery family that is very scented, eaten as a vegetable
chives
/ˈtʃaɪvz/
noun
the slender leaves of a plant closely related to the onion, with purple flowers, that is used as a culinary herb
garlic
/ˈɡɑɹɫɪk/
noun
a type of vegetable having a strong smell and hot flavor that is used in cooking
fennel
/ˈfɛnəɫ/
noun
a plant with feathery leaves and a round thick stem, used as a vegetable or for adding flavor to food
garlic chive
/ɡˈɑːɹlɪk tʃˈaɪv/
noun
a herbaceous plant with flat, narrow leaves that have a distinct garlic-like flavor
kohlrabi
/kɔɫˈɹɑbi/
noun
the edible swollen stem of a plant of the cabbage family, used in cooking or salads
kurrat
/kˈɜːɹæt/
noun
a type of herb that belongs to the Allium family and has a pungent, onion-like flavor
lemongrass
/lˈɛməŋɡɹˌæs/
noun
a fragrant herb with a distinct citrus-like flavor
leek
/ˈɫik/
noun
a plant of the onion family with layers of green leaves and a white stem, used in cooking
nopal
/nˈoʊpəl/
noun
a type of cactus commonly used in Mexican cuisine for its edible pads or paddles
onion
/ˈənjən/
noun
a round yellow, white, or red vegetable with many layers and a smell and taste that is strong
Prussian asparagus
/pɹʌʃən ɐspæɹəɡəs/
noun
a unique variety of asparagus known for its tender stalks and distinct flavor
scallion
/ˈskæɫjən/
noun
a young onion taken from the ground before the root is formed, with a long green stem, eaten as a vegetable
spring onion
/spɹˈɪŋ ˈʌniən/
noun
a young onion taken from the ground before the root is enlarged, with a long green stem, eaten as a vegetable
shallot
/ʃˈælɑːt/
noun
type of onion plant producing small clustered mild-flavored bulbs used as seasoning
welsh onion
/wˈɛlʃ ˈʌniən/
noun
a perennial plant with long, slender green leaves and a mild onion flavor
wild leek
/wˈaɪld lˈiːk/
noun
a type of wild onion with a distinct garlicky flavor
green onion
/ɡɹˈiːn ˈʌniən/
noun
a young onion taken from the ground before the root is enlarged, with a long green stem, eaten as a vegetable
purple onion
/pˈɜːpəl ˈʌniən/
noun
a type of onion with a vibrant purple outer skin and a mild, sweet flavor
vidalia onion
/vɪdˈeɪliə ˈʌniən/
noun
sweet-flavored onion grown in Georgia
Spanish onion
/spænɪʃ ʌniən/
noun
large mild and succulent onion; often eaten raw
pearl onion
/pɜːl ʌniən/
noun
a small, round onion used in culinary applications for its mild flavor and pearl-like appearance
green bean
/ɡɹˈiːn bˈiːn/
noun
a kind of green vegetable that is long and thin and is used in cooking
pea
/ˈpi/
noun
a green seed, eaten as a vegetable
snow pea
/snˈoʊ pˈiː/
noun
a flat-podded pea variety that is harvested and eaten when both the pod and the peas inside are still young and tender
sugar snap pea
/ʃˈʊɡɚ snˈæp pˈiː/
noun
a variety of pea with edible pods that are sweet and crunchy
bean
/ˈbin/
noun
a seed growing in long pods on a climbing plant, eaten as a vegetable
wax bean
/wˈæks bˈiːn/
noun
a dwarf bean with yellow pods
string bean
/stɹˈɪŋ bˈiːn/
noun
a scarlet bean that grows in green pods on a climbing plant, used in cooking
runner bean
/ɹˈʌnɚ bˈiːn/
noun
a scarlet bean that grows in green pods on a climbing plant, used in cooking
garlic
/ˈɡɑɹɫɪk/
noun
a type of vegetable having a strong smell and hot flavor that is used in cooking
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