November 3 - Vegetables With 'Cooler" Names

According to a new study, if the name of a vegetable sounds more cool or unhealthy, we're more likely to eat it. For example, instead of green beans, we're more likely to eat something that's called "sweet sizzlin' green beans." Other more appealing names are "twisted citrus-glazed carrots," or "dynamite chili and tangy lime-seasoned beets."

Sound yummy?