[Chicorium inthybus], Belgian endive, chicon, chicory, witlof. All names for the same vegetable, literally wit-loof, meaning 'white leaf',
discovered in Brussels in the botanical garden in 1830,
rich in fibres and low in calories.
Perfect in any healthy, balanced diet.
cauliflower, red, purple and white cabbage, romanesco, savoycabbage, brussels sprouts
beeftomatoes, tomatoes on the vine, cherrytomatoes, romatomatoes, kumato, coeur de boeuf
red beet, parsnip, daikon, celeriac, horseradish, kohlrabi, topinambourg
leeks, white asparagus, wild and button-mushrooms, carrots, radish, white and green celery, salsify, fennel
butterlettuce, lolla rossa, lolla bionda, white and red oakleaf, mache, iceberg, curly endive
berries, stone- and treefruit:
strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, apples, pears, red and white currant