Eggplant Equivalents

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Questions and Answers – Eggplant Equivalents



Could you please give me some nutritional information about eggplant?  I would like to know how much fiber it has in it?  How good is it for you?  Is it considered a green vegetable?  How many calories it has?  Is it considered low fat? – Vicki (10/20/00)



Eggplant is a versatile vegetable and can be baked, broiled, boiled, stuffed or used in a variety of casseroles in combination with other vegetables.  Although often used as a meat substitute in recipes, eggplant is not high in protein value.Nutritionally, eggplant is not a significant source of vitamins or minerals.  It is very low in sodium and suitable for a low-sodium diet.  It is also low in calories, with only 14 to 17 for a 1/2-cup serving.

Eggplant EquivalentsEquivalents:
1 medium eggplant = about 1 1/2 pounds
1 medium eggplant = 4 to 6 servings
1 pound eggplant = 3 to 4 cups diced
1 eggplant, peeled = 110 calorie

Nutrition – 1 medium eggplant (peeled):

Calories – 110
Fat – 1 gram
Sodium – 9 grams
Dietary Fiber – 16 grams
Protein – 5 grams


Additional Eggplant Information:

Eggplant (Aubergine)

White Eggplant

Freezing Eggplant




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