Always confuses me. When we were younger, didn't we all hate being forced to eat that horrible misery? Broccoli, Colliflowers, Parsnips, Avocados, boiled Potatoes, Beetroots, Zucchini, Olives... Really horrible stuff.
Then, you move house when you're 24, and suddenly all your new acquaintences are eating frikking Raddishes!!! Celery, Brocolli, Parsnips, Olives, the lot!
WTF happened there?
Most Helpful Girl
I was bought up on fruit and veg from the very beginning. My dad was pretty set on making his kids eat their veg so he would never buy baby food, he would make a family meal i. e. roast beef, potatoes and broccoli (or something similar), blend it up and that would be the baby food.
As we progressed to be older, it would slowly become solid food until we were eating exactly what my mum and dad were eating. We never ate that kind of food you get from the freezer and put straight in the oven. It was all home-made. And we had to eat our veg before we left the table1
Most Helpful Guy
Getting to eat them cooked lightly rather than over cooked made all the difference to me. the same thing happened to me with fish. Crisp fresh salad vegetables with a vinaigrette instead of sweet gunge as a dressing was another moment of truth for me.1