7 Vegetables that Start with E

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7 Vegetables that Start with E

In this post, we’ll be showing you seven vegetables that start with E. We’ve gathered every single one we can find into one convenient spot…

1. Earthnut Pea

Earthnut Pea

The earthnut pea can be found in Europe and some of the westernmost parts of Asia. It’s packed full of nutrients, with more vitamin C than lemons and plenty of calcium, to boot.

2. Edamame


If you’ve eaten a lot of Japanese food before, then you’ve probably encountered edamame. These bright green pods and beans are treated just like any other bean when it comes to cooking.

3. Eggplant


Eggplant (also known as aubergine in the UK) is technically a berry, but because it’s treated like a vegetable in cooking, it made our list. This plant is commonly known as being glossy and purple, but can actually come in other colors like pink and white.

Want to learn more about eggplant? You can read our explanation on why eggplant is purple.

4. Elephant Foot Yam

Elephant Foot Yam

Elephant foot yam is a tuber that’s popular in many Asian countries. You can mash it, fry it, or use it to make a delicious curry.

5. Elephant Garlic

Elephant Garlic

Elephant garlic might have gotten its name from the fact that it grows in particularly large bulbs. Its flavor is like the garlic we all know and love, but a bit milder, making it better for people who don’t usually like the intensity of garlic.

6. Endive


Endive is a leafy green with a bitter taste. It’s full of vitamins like A and K, and also provides an excellent source of fiber.

7. Escarole


Escarole is actually a type of endive. If you don’t like bitterness much, you might like escarole more, because its flavor is milder.

You can read more about its taste and how to use it in our guide to what escarole tastes like.


Vegetables that Start with E