Carrots would be fine, either raw or cooked.
Most greens would be counted similar to those on the food block list.
Count nappa, savoy, and other cabbage varieties the same regular cabbage.
If it's the soft type of squash(like zucchin is soft) count it as zucchini. If it's a hard squash (like winter squashes, pumpkin, etc.) consider it unfavorable and use it in small amounts.
Hot peppers, probably would be counted similar to the peppers on the list, though I'd think you're not going to be eating them in those larfe amounts.
Leeks are 1 cup for 1C block.
Spices and herbs and things like green onions, garlic, ginger, etc. would not need to be counted. Root veggies, such as beets, will usually be unfavorable carb.
Pickled veggies that are high in salt content would not be the best carb choices.
Condiments such as mustard, that contain very little P, C or F, don't need to be counted. Foods like chutney, curries, etc., which contain significant carb, should be counted.
If you take a common sense approach and compare your foods to similar foods on the food block list, you should do very well.