All parts of an asparagus are low in calories and carbohydrates. They contain multiple vitamins and minerals, which make them a great choice for people who care about their health.
Luckily, asparagus is a vegetable of which almost every part can be eaten, which means you barely have to throw anything away.
What parts of asparagus can you actually eat? You can eat almost every part of the asparagus, including most of the stalk/spear. The only thing that you can’t eat is the stem towards the bottom.
The only downside, after your asparagus have been sitting around for a few days, is that the spears can get pretty tough. You can still eat them (if they haven’t gone bad yet), but they tend to become stringy, which is not desirable.
When looking to eat all parts of the asparagus, just make sure that you clean and peel them correctly, so you don’t have to deal with the fibrous outside it.