In this list, we’ve gathered every single vegetable we could find that starts with J. On top of showing you vegetables that start with J, we’ll tell you a little bit about each one. Keep reading to find out more about these veggies…
If you’re looking to add some heat to your food, jalapenos are an excellent introduction to spice. These modestly hot peppers are used frequently in Mexican cuisine.
2. Jerusalem Artichoke
Jerusalem artichoke plants grow cheery-looking flowers that resemble sunflowers. Don’t let the name mislead you, though; these plants were actually grown by Native Americans as food first. The tubers are the part of the plant that gets eaten traditionally.
Jicama, also called the Mexican yam bean, tastes a lot like apple. If you’ve never heard of it before, you’ll probably pronounce it wrong. Like the “j” in jalapeno, you say the beginning with an “h” sound instead so that it sounds like you’re saying “hick-uh-mah.”