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Fruits and Vegetables to Eat During the Winter Months

Your guide to great produce for the season – and preparation tips to please kids

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There are so many great reasons to eat foods when they're in season. Fruits and vegetables are at their peak of freshness – and taste. Plus, when produce is in season, it's more plentiful and affordable than during other times of the year.

While eating seasonally in the spring and summer months may seem to make a lot of sense when the fresh strawberries are piling up at the local market and corn stands pop up on street corners, what about winter? During the colder months, you can still find fresh produce – especially if you know what you're looking for. Here, you'll find a list of seasonal produce for winter time, along with ideas about how to prepare them for your kids.

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