pepper /ˈpepər/
(noun) a powder made from dried berries (called peppercorns ), used to give a hot, spicy taste to food
Example: Have you ever tried frying pepper with egg?

carrot /ˈkærət/
(noun) a long pointed orange root vegetable
Example: Rabbits like eating carrots.

vegetable /ˈvedʒtəbl/
(noun) a plant or part of a plant that is eaten as food. Potatoes, beans and onions are all vegetables .
Example: You should eat more vegetable.

red cabbage
red cabbage /red ˈkabɪdʒ/
(noun) is a kind of cabbage, also known as Blaukraut after preparation.
Example: Could you please buy some red cabbage?

eggplant /ˈeɡplænt/
(noun) a vegetable with shiny dark purple skin that is soft and white inside
Example: This is a lovely way of doing a variety of fried vegetables, like eggplants, and pumpkin.

radish /ˈrædɪʃ/
(noun) a small red and white root vegetable with a strong taste, eaten raw in salads
Example: We ate a salad with radishes and cucumbers.

leek /liːk/
(noun) a vegetable like a long onion with many layers of wide leaves that are white at the bottom and green at the top. Leeks are eaten cooked. The leek is a national symbol of Wales.
Example: You can use any vegetables - add leeks, carrots, potatoes or cauliflower if you like.

okra /ˈəʊkrə/
(noun) a plant of the mallow family, with long green seed cases that are eaten as a vegetable. The vegetable is also known as ladies’ fingers , gumbo or bhindi in different parts of the world.
Example: April is a great time to plant peppers, cucumbers, eggplants, squash and okra.

taro /ˈtarəʊ/
(noun) a tropical plant that has a root that is cooked and eaten
Example: The leaves of the taro can also be cooked and eaten, in the same way as spinach.

mint /mɪnt/
(noun) a plant whose leaves have a fresh smell and taste that are added to food and drinks and used in cooking as a herb . There are many types of mint .
Example: Herbs like dill, mint and cumin were also highly prized.

coriander /ˌkɔːriˈændər/
(noun) a plant whose leaves are used in cooking as a herb and whose seeds are used in cooking as a spice
Example: Grind the cumin, coriander and cloves before you start to cook.

kohlrabi /ˌkəʊlˈrɑːbi/
(noun) a vegetable of the cabbage family whose thick, round, white stem is eaten
Example: Place the kohlrabi into a juicer and extract the liquid.

beet /biːt/
(noun) a plant with a root that is used as a vegetable, especially for feeding animals or making sugar
Example: The surrounding farmers raise sugar beets, corn, and sunflowers for oil.

bean sprouts
bean sprouts /ˈbiːn spraʊts/
(noun) bean seeds that are just beginning to grow, often eaten raw
Example: My mom asked me to buy some bean sprouts.

broccoli /ˈbrɑːkəli/
(noun) a vegetable with a thick green stem and several dark green or purple flower heads
Example: I hate eating broccoli.

cauliflower /ˈkɑːliflaʊər/
(noun) a vegetable with green leaves around a large hard white head of flowers
Example: My favorite vegetable is cauliflower.

cabbage /ˈkæbɪdʒ/
(noun) a round vegetable with large green, purplish-red or white leaves that can be eaten raw or cooked
Example: Can I have more cabbage?

celery /ˈseləri/
(noun) a vegetable with long light-green stems that are often eaten raw
Example: My mom loves planting celery.

garlic /ˈɡɑːrlɪk/
(noun) a vegetable of the onion family with a very strong taste and smell, used in cooking to add taste to food
Example: Garlic is very good for health.

ginger /ˈdʒɪndʒər/
(noun) the root of the ginger plant used in cooking as a spice
Example: My dad likes to drink tea with ginger.

pumpkin /ˈpʌmpkɪn/
(noun) a large round vegetable with thick orange skin. The seeds can be dried and eaten and the soft part inside can be cooked as a vegetable or in sweet pies .
Example: He hates eating pumpkin.