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November’s Best “In Season” Fruits And Vegetables And What’s Going Out Of Style

november fruits and vegetablesWelcome to November! October is officially out, donezo, kaput. Are you putting your Jack-o-lanterns in the trash where they belong and replacing them with decorative cornucopias? If so, here’s what you should fill your horn of plenty with: November fruits and veggies! That’s also what you should be filling your body with, by the way.

Eating produce that is “in season” is not only up-to-date and fashionable, but it’s good for the Earth and your body. Obviously, what’s the best and freshest will vary depending on where you are on the planet, but here is a basic guide to mid-Autumn’s hot harvest.

Here are the finest fruits and vegetables “in season” this November:

  • Apples
  • avocado
  • beets
  • bok choy
  • broccoli
  • brussels sprouts
  • cabbage
  • carrots
  • celery
  • chard
  • chestnuts
  • cranberries
  • daikon
  • fennel
  • guava
  • kale
  • kiwi
  • kumquat
  • leeks
  • lemons
  • orange
  • pears
  • persimmons
  • pomegranate
  • potato
  • quince
  • rutabaga
  • satsuma
  • squash, winter
  • sunchoke
  • turnips
  • yams

And here’s what’s going out of season, go get ‘em while they’re still good:

  • Artichokes
  • Butternut squash
  • Figs
  • Watercress

Here at Blisstree, we are gearing up for November with religious fervor. Mid to late Autumn has some of the most delicious and spicy flavors to look forward to…HOT TODDY ANYONE?

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  • Meg Malone

    Ah, I wouldn’t have thought butternut squash was already going out of season! I must get some, but first – YES TO HOT TODDYS!!!!

    • Joanna Rafael

      There’s still time! I want to try about 1000000 variations of the classic Hot Toddy, if you have a good recipe.

  • T-LexRex

    Easiest healthy dinner season: Cut open squash, turn on oven, cover with oil and what ever seasonings you have, throw in oven, and voila!

    Question though: Bok Choy, how do you get all the grit out? Does anyone have a cheat for this? I have tried filling the sink, hand washing, and using a lettuce cleaner with little to no luck. Does anyone else have this issue?

    • Joanna Rafael

      I have the same issue. I just suffer through the grit…