Which seasonal fruits and vegetables to consume in November?

Broccoli, squash, carrot, tangerine… There are many seasonal fruits and vegetables to enjoy in November! After the abnormal and historic wave of mildness in October, they practically all meet a crucial need: to warm our bodies and our hearts.

It’s official: it’s cold. And that’s good. After a historically (and abnormally) mild month of October, which served as a reminder, if necessary, that global warming is a very real phenomenon, temperatures have finally fallen back to more or less “normal” levels. And which justify, in any case, that we want to stay at home to take the time to cook succulent soups (for example) or any other winter dish that would delight the taste buds.

Seasonal fruits of November

Did you know ? Most seasonal foods correspond to nutritional needs that we may lack at certain times of the year. For example, in winter, it is essential to have a diet rich in natural vitamins to compensate, in particular, for the lack of sun, as the days are shorter.

Chestnut, pomegranate, clementine, tangerine…

And that’s good, since many of the seasonal fruits of November contain vitamins. In November, for example, you can consume:

  • Chestnut
  • Clementine
  • The mandarin
  • The pear
  • Apple
  • The khaki
  • The grenade
  • Quince
  • The banana
  • orange

November seasonal vegetables

Carrot, pumpkin, turnip, black radish…

On the vegetable side, and to prepare the most succulent soups, there are vegetables rich in carotenoids, including carrots or butternut squash, but also :

  • parsnip
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Cauliflower
  • celeriac
  • green cabbage
  • The pumpkin
  • Endive
  • Fennel
  • Turnip
  • black radish
  • The leek
  • The pumpkin
  • Pumpkin
  • Lamb’s lettuce
  • Jerusalem artichoke
  • rutabaga
  • The leek


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