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green pepper

1. the green unripe fruit of the sweet pepper, eaten raw or cooked
2. the unripe fruit of various other pepper plants, eaten as a green vegetable
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Green pepper (Capsicum sinensis) contains several nutrients and is a good source of vitamin C, thiamine, vitamin B6, beta carotene, and folic acid [2-5].
For this reason I am against any snobbish dismissal of green peppers as being somehow inferior.
These lush green peppers are thriving in a pebbly, arid bit of land north of Pretoria.
But fortunately chef Richard Crawley did the business, coming up with a dish Lembit wittily named as pro"prawn"tial representation that was enough to seal victory for the green peppers.
Sweet and Sour: a classic Chinese sauce with chunks of pineapple, onions, red and green peppers and crisp water chestnuts.
Two years ago, Cornell University food scientists published data showing that eating green peppers, pineapples, carrots, strawberries -- and especially tomatoes -- can suppress the formation of nitrosamines in humans.
Dishes without eggs include oyster casserole; marinated shrimp and chicken; apple pancakes; seafood en brochette; and grillades of pounded veal round with grits and green peppers and Creole sauce.
Well, the Superman Pan Pizza is loaded with seven fresh toppings -- pepperoni, sausage, ham, onions, black olives, green peppers and mushrooms
As production increases, Enza Zaden expects to see SweetGreen used in the popular "stoplight" packages of red, yellow and green peppers.
Del Amitri's Justin Currie sings on the Green Peppers song Honest Injun, and the band feature ex-Soup Dragons guitarist, Jim McCulloch, who enjoyed a Top 10 hit with his band's cover of The Rolling Stones song I'm Free.
Fajitas filling: Sliced red and green peppers (one of each);1 sliced onion;1O sliced mushrooms;3x 8oz rib eye steaks, sliced.