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Hi, health-conscious Chowhounds -- best seasonal vegetable recipes, please!

operagirl | Oct 22, 200808:00 AM     57

Ah, to be a Chowhound on a diet. Far from being miserable about the food I'm actually eating, just dismayed at the small quantities I have to consume to keep myself in weight loss mode.

Vegetable-based dishes are a great respite from the tiny portions of everything else, and I would love some low calorie suggestions to add to my Fall/Winter repertoire.

I'm not vegetarian, just vegetable-loving.

An example of the sort of thing I'm looking for -- last night, I made Celery Victor (recipe on epicurious). Also been experimenting with cabbage slaws, and I made a killer shredded brussels sprout saute the other day with garlic, olive oil, and pepper flakes.

Thanks in advance!

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