Green turtle, a popular item at Thanksgiving dinner, has returned to the menu in Indiana.
The green turtle was introduced to Indiana in 1987 as a seasonal vegetable for the Thanksgiving season.
The menu now includes a variety of dishes including roasted turkey, stuffed potatoes, and a green bean casserole.
Green turtle is not a vegetable.
It is not technically a vegetable, according to the state Department of Agriculture.
The USDA’s food guide lists a vegetable as one that has a vegetable component, such as carrots or onions.
But a green turtle has no vegetables.
Instead, it has a shell, which is an internal organ that has been used for food for millions of years.
Green turtles are the only turtle found in the United States that can produce a shell.
They also can’t produce eggs, but they do produce shell that contains egg yolk.
The egg yolks help to protect the shell from decomposition, said Chris Brown, the state’s turtle specialist.
Green Turtles are edible green plants.
They grow to a height of two feet, but can be as small as one inch.
Green Turtle Eggs are also edible, Brown said.
They are small, white, white eggs that are a bit more of a snack.
There are also white eggs, brown eggs, yellow eggs, green eggs, and black eggs, Brown explained.
You can also get green turtle eggs as a snack for a day or two.
Brown said that the eggs contain a good amount of protein and calcium, so the green turtles are a good source of calcium for young children.
Brown explained that there are a lot of ways to cook them, but one of the best ways is to fry them in a pan of oil, adding some salt and pepper to it to make them even more tender.
He also said that there is a lot more to green turtle than the egg yam.
The eggs can be cooked like the egg whites, but the yolk contains more protein.
Brown also said it is possible to fry the green eggs as soft shell fish.
If you are cooking the green egg yams for an evening meal, Brown recommends keeping them in the refrigerator for several days, then slicing them and using them for a salad or to make a soup.
Brown’s favorite way to cook the green yam is to add some spices to it, such in chili flakes, salt, garlic, and ginger.
Green Eggs are not necessarily bad for you, Brown added.
They may have some nutritional value, he said, but I wouldn’t eat green eggs for breakfast or lunch.
You should eat them as part of a meal.