According to Nationwide research by Higgidy, it seems as a nation, we are not getting enough greens in our diet, with the average UK resident having not eaten broccoli in over one month.
Perhaps this is because broccoli features on the list of the UK’s most loathed veg, along with other greens such as Brussels sprouts, cabbage and kale. Take a look at the full list to see if your tastes are aligned with the nation’s.
13. Marrow - 8%
BBC good food says that marrow’s “mild flavour and soft, creamy flesh lends itself to chutneys and curries, as well as being delicious stuffed and baked.” However, clearly not everyone agrees.
14. Jerusalem artichoke - 8%
Also known as a sunroot, sunchoke, or earth apple, the Jerusalem artichoke is a root vegetable native to central North America.
15. Button mushrooms - 8%
Eighty percent of survey respondents said that button mushrooms were their least favourite vegetable.
16. Pumpkin - 7%
Typically associated with Halloween decorations, the pumpkin is best left outside for many people.