Cut, peel, de-seed, chop…that’s the way we have been eating fruits and vegetables all our life. However, this established norm of chopping and peeling results in loss of nearly half of the fruits and vegetables we consume. Not only does this lead to wastage of humongous proportions, but it also means losing some of the most nutrient dense portions of these foods. This means that valuable nutrients end up in the garbage instead of our bodies. We wouldn’t need to spend a fortune buying artichokes and kales of the world from multi-national food stores if we ate the stems, peels and roots of most fruits and vegetables we buy. That’s why people all over the world are embracing the idea of root to stem eating. The way of root to stem eating is not particularly new. It has been a part of vegan diets for a long time and eventually…