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Vegetable Carbohydrate Chart

 

Burpee Vegetables with Low Carb Count   Burpee Vegetables High in Carbohydrates
Lettuce Lettuce
(1 cup) - 1 gram
  OnionsOnions
(1 cup, raw) - 14 grams
CucumbersCucumber
(½ cup, raw) - 1 gram
  ParsnipParsnips
(½ cup, cooked) - 15 grams
Cabbage Cabbage
(½ cup, cooked) - 3 grams
  PeasPeas, Green
(1 cup, cooked) - 25 grams
AsparagusAsparagus
(6 raw spears) - 3 grams
  SquashAcorn Squash
(1 cup, cooked) - 30 grams
BroccoliBroccoli
(1 cup, raw) - 3 grams
  Lima BeansLima Beans
(1 cup) - 40 grams
CauliflowerCauliflower
(½ cup, cooked) - 3 grams
   
CeleryCelery
(1 cup, raw) - 4 grams
   
LeekLeeks
(½ cup, cooked) - 4 grams
   
EggplantEggplant
(1 cup, cooked) - 7 grams
   
ScallionsScallions
(1 cup) - 7 grams
   
TomatoesTomatoes
(1 cup, raw) - 8 grams
   
CarrotsCarrots
(½ cup, cooked) - 8 grams
   
BeetsBeets
(½ cup, cooked) - 8 grams
 
   

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