Peeling vegetables and fruits often comes down to personal preference, but some of them are healthier and more nutritious if you leave the peel on—including these five tasty veggies.
It’s common to peel tomatoes before cooking them, but it’s not necessary because using them with the peel can increase the amount of nutrients.
Potato skin contains a lot of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, so you should just carefully wash your potatoes before cooking them instead of peeling them.
Raw beets can be shredded and used in a salad and there’s no need to peel them beforehand, as long as you give them a good scrub.
Cucumber skin can be super healthy, but make sure to wash it really well to get rid of the waxy layer.
Zucchini and eggplant can both be eaten with their skin on—they’re mostly made of water, and skin happens to be their most nutritious part.