Winter white vegetables

Illustration: Ciara Phelan

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For years we've been told to "eat the rainbow," on the theory that the more colorful our fruits and vegetables, the more nutrient-rich they are. While that advice still holds, research reveals that certain pale foods—like cauliflower and celery root—have a lot to offer, too, from helping ward off heart disease to boosting bone health. And because many of these veggies are in peak season during cooler months, now is a great time to lighten up.
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