#21 Pointed Gourd
Pointed Gourd is one of the healthiest vegetables and is also a good source of essential vitamins, helping in controlling blood sugar levels as well. You can use it in soup, stew, and curries. It can also be eaten as fried and used for meat stuffings.
#22 Ivy Gourd
Ivy Gourd is also rich in antioxidants and helps in repairing cell damage. You can use it in soups and curries. Eating raw in salads with other vegetables as well.
The leaves of fenugreek are eaten as a spinach alternative. Its seeds have several uses in cooking and medicines. You can have them raw after soaking them overnight. They can be grounded to add flavor to meat dishes as well.
#24 Mustard Greens
The peppery and crispy leaves of the mustard greens are loaded with antioxidants and vitamins. They can be eaten raw or cooked. You can also steam, or sauté.
#25 Asparagus Beans
Asparagus Beans are cultivated for their green and tender pods, which contain seeds. This vegetable can be steamed or stir-fried and pairs best with stews.