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With Veganuary very popular in January, it’s nice to know that fruits and vegetables are available this month.
The National Trust write why not get the New Year off to a good start by tucking into the best fresh veg available in gardens, allotments and shops.
January is a great time to prune back your fruit trees, and if you do it now, you will see fabulous results later in the year. It’s quite a quiet time on the harvesting front, but tasty veg such as parsnips, swedes and leeks should be good to go.
Vegetables in January are:
- Brussels sprouts
- Spring green cabbage
- Savoy cabbage
The fruits in January are