Cooking Vegetables with High-Moisture
High-moisture vegetables contain more natural water than low-moisture veggies do. They are less prone to scorch and can be cooked without water by themselves.
Generally, you will want to cut them on the #2 or #3 blade and cook them. Frozen vegetables are high-moisture because they add water when they blanch and freeze them.
There are 2 methods to cook them.
Method 1: Cut them up and cook them.
Method 2: Combine them with a meat and simmer them.
High-Moisture Vegetable Recipes
Fresh Beets or Carrots
Apple Sage Pork Chops