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Don’t be intimidated by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's whopping 27 vegetables -- just use an interesting mix of flavors and colors.

Source: Martha Stewart Living Television, February 2001
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Jean-Georges likes unusual baby vegetables such as French breakfast radishes, pink carrots, and purple kohlrabi, but regular-size veggies cut into small pieces are equally suitable. So as not to discolor the water, always blanch light-colored vegetables before darker ones.

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