These nuts are delicious and have a crunchy exterior with a buttery texture. They're considered one of the tastiest nuts globally.
While not true nuts (they are legumes), peanuts are nutritious, containing manganese, copper, magnesium, phosphorus, and various vitamins.
Walnuts are on the healthy food list, providing manganese, vitamin B1, and a significant amount of copper.
Research supports the health benefits of broccoli, which is high in vitamins C and K1. It contains compounds that may protect against certain cancers.
Similar to broccoli, brussels sprouts are rich in vitamins C and K1 and contain a phytochemical called kaempferol.
Garlic, often used for flavor, is a root vegetable. It's rich in manganese, vitamin C, and vitamin B6.
Mushrooms are unique as a fungus, containing compounds with anticancer, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial effects.
Onions, a flavorful root vegetable like garlic, contain various vitamins and minerals in small amounts.