Fall Produce That’s High In Fiber

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Acorn squash

You’ll notice plenty of squash popping up at the market now, and you really can’t go wrong with any of them. Acorn squash, however, has some of the highest-fiber content, with one baked cup containing nine grams of fiber. Cut it in half and roast it with butter and brown sugar. Boil it and puree it to make a soup. Cube it, bake it, chill it, and add it to salads. It’s a very versatile food.

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