vegetable, veggie, veg(noun)
edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
I'm a veggie at heart - the idea of animals dying to make my food, I find totally abhorrent.
vegetarian; suitable for vegetarians
I don't eat meat - do you have anything veggie on the menu?
Origin: From pronounced stem of vegetable or vegetarian
The numerical value of veggie in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of veggie in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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The Nutrition Twins' Veggie Cure, broccoli contains sulforaphane, which has been shown to prevent and fight a wide variety of cancers in test tube research.
He has been going to Blockbuster since he was 13 years old, he would go rent Veggie Tales, Barney, Elmo, Rugrats and Baby Einstein (videos). He always rents the same ones when we go back; sometimes he'll even get two of the same ones.
They have lots of stringy roots and big, hard-looking shells on them that people don't know how to peel or prepare, but I've never met a veggie I didn't like, so [the challenge is] getting people out of their culinary rut and into trying new things.
We’ve always been about choice, we like to think we offer items from healthy to indulgent. We think we do a good job of listening to customers. In 2010 we introduced a gluten-free menu based on our customers’ requests. And we’re a lot like our customers—in 2013 we realized many of our senior staff members were trying to eat less meat, so we created a section of our menu highlighting meatless options, and started introducing more veggie options and limited-time offers like our caprese sandwich and caprese pasta, which are doing really well.
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