Sweet potato, often associated with oven baked, roasted or mashed, can actually be consumed raw
Baked kale chips have become very trendy in recent years as health-conscious individuals look for new ways to consume the vitamin-rich leaves.
Sugar snap peas are also a good source of vitamin K and folate which are abundant in green vegetables, and they’re a great source of fibre also.
Rich in vitamin K, celeriac may have bone-health boosting properties, as higher intake of vitamin K is associated with a lower risk of fractures
Radishes are peppery and add a spicy kick to salads. You can slice or dice them to include in your raw veggie platter.
Similar to broccoli, cauliflower can be enjoyed raw. Break it into small florets or chop it finely for a cauliflower "rice" salad.
Young turnips have a mild, slightly peppery taste. You can slice or grate them and use them in salads or as a crunchy snack.
Young, tender beets are sweet and earthy when eaten raw. Thinly slice or grate them for salads or coleslaw.