Calories In Mixed Salad Vegetables, Additional Vegetables, For Use In Garden Salads

Calories In Mixed Salad Vegetables, Additional Vegetables, For Use In Garden Salads

Mixed salad vegetables used in garden salad recipes. Includes avocado, beetroot, celery, alfalfa, bean sprouts, artichoke, asparagus, green beans, cauliflower, cabbage/asian greens, corn, eggplant, mushrooms, olives, peas, potato, sweet potato, pumpkin, radish, snow peas, zucchini and squash weighted according to consumption patterns observed during the Australian Health Survey.

Calories In Mixed Vegetables, Cooked, Not Further Defined

Calories In Mixed Salad Vegetables, Additional Vegetables, For Use In Garden Salads

A mix of frozen or fresh vegetables weighted according to consumption patterns observed during the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey (NATSINPAS) component of the 2011-3 Australian Health Survey. Most reports of mixed vegetables in this survey component refer to frozen mixed vegetables. Cooked by any method, with or without … Read more

Calories In Mixed Vegetables, Cooked, For Use In All Other Curry Recipes

Calories In Mixed Salad Vegetables, Additional Vegetables, For Use In Garden Salads

A combination of boiled vegetables commonly reported in the National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey component of the 2011-13 Australian Health Survey as being included in mixed dishes described as curries, except those curries that have a coconut milk based sauce (including ‘red’ or ‘green’ curries). Potato and peas are the two most common of … Read more

Calories In Mixed Vegetables, Fresh Or Frozen, Broccoli, Carrot & Pea/Bean, Cooked, With Or Without Fat

Calories In Mixed Salad Vegetables, Additional Vegetables, For Use In Garden Salads

A mix of fresh or frozen vegetables that includes carrot/parsnip/radish/turnip/swede and broccoli/broccolini/cauliflower and butter bean/green peas/green beans/snow peas, cooked by any method, with or without added fat and without added sauce prepared during the National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey component of the 2011-13 Australian Health Survey.





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