3 Vegetables that Start with V

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3 Vegetables that Start with V

In this post, we’ve gathered a list of vegetables that start with V. To be honest, there aren’t a large number of them, but if you feel we missed any please feel free to let us know in the comments below.

Now, let’s show you what we found…

1. Vanilla

Vanilla pods orchid

As one of the most well-known and beloved flavors in the world, we feel as if it’s pretty safe to say most people have heard of the vanilla bean. It is botanically considered a fruit, but as it’s also treated like a spice, we’re featuring it in this list.

Believe it or not, vanilla is actually the second most expensive spice in the world. The first is saffron.

2. Velvet Bean

Velvet beans in jar

Although this bean is edible, you’d better not touch its younger seed pods! This bean is famous for how itchy it can make people whose skin touches it.

Eating these beans isn’t common worldwide, but there are some who eat them in Indonesia.

3. Vidalia Onion

Vidalia onions

Geogia’s official state vegetable, the vidalia onion, gets its name from the fact that it was grown in the Georgian town of Vidalia in the past. If you think normal onions are a little too potent, you may appreciate the sweet taste of the vidalia onion more.

Vegetables that Start with V