Yes, although caution must be taken. Many vegetables, grains, beans and legumes in their whole form contain a very abrasive form of fibre known as a husk, or too much insoluble fibre. If consumed in excess this excess husk or insoluble fibre can further cut and injure the intestines of a Crohn’s Disease or IBD patient. The fastest way to cure these conditions is on a specialised program of liquid vegetable broth and fruit juice. Some whole fruits and leafy greens of the lettuce variety as well as occasional soaked nuts or nut milks may also be had.