I'm the type of person who LOVES sweet things. I eat a lot of fruit but I mean it's not always good to have all of that sugar. I don't like eating vegetables really. The only ones I like to eat are corn, carrots, iceberg lettuce, romaine lettuce, onions, zucchini, and potatoes. What are some ways I can eat more vegetables and actually enjoy them? I'm pretty much asking for food combinations so I can eat the vegetables I DON'T like so I can get my vitamins!
Most Helpful Guy
Spinach has a mild flavour, just squeeze out excess liquid. It wilts quickly and can be soggy.
Try thinking of veggies as an ingredient.
- Cheese - asparagus omelette.
- cabbage sautéed with onions, garlic, ginger, fennel seeds and soy sauce
- aloo gobi, easy Indian recipe, cauliflower & potatoes cooked with garam masala.
- don't be afraid of salt.
Lemon is a great flavour enhancer.
- chopped Brussels sprouts sautéed with fennel seeds, garlic, ginger, and a squeeze of lemon.
You can mix veggies with a favourite savoury ingredient, lardons, pork cracklings et cetera.
Most Helpful Girl
Looks to me like you already can eat a good a assortment of veggies. I wouldn't sweat this if i were you.1