Do you eat your vegetables OT?

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#1 Posted by carljohnsonCJ (540 posts) -

I hate vegetables.Im addicted to greasy rich fast foods for ages.Suffer from proper nutrition and various other ailments as weakness, cramps.Think I'm gonna die if I dont change my diet asap.

wbu?

well?

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#2 Edited by DEVILinIRON (4976 posts) -

I was a vegetarian for over 10 years. Yeah, I eat my vegetables. Except for celery. Yech...

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#3 Posted by TJDMHEM (2147 posts) -

yes I do.

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#4 Posted by shellcase86 (4521 posts) -

Yes. Especially in a fresh salad!

Pro-tip: If you don't fancy veggies, try making a goulash or casserole, they meld of flavors makes everything tasty.

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#5 Posted by Gamerno6666 (6894 posts) -

Yes. Spinach is my favorite tho.

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#6 Posted by DaVillain- (37989 posts) -

I sure do:

  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Lettuce
  • Turnip Greens
  • Potato

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#7 Posted by CrimsonBrute (25450 posts) -
@carljohnsoncj said:

I hate vegetables.Im addicted to greasy rich fast foods for ages.Suffer from proper nutrition and various other ailments as weakness, cramps.Think I'm gonna die if I dont change my diet asap.

Same.

Dia-beet-us, blood pressure, cholesterol, etc.

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#8 Edited by watercrack445 (1823 posts) -

Lima beans, kidney beans, any kind of beans.

I like the frozen mixed bag vegetables.

I don't usually eat vegetables at home but if I'm hungry I would eat anything even a plain lettuce.

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#9 Posted by madrocketeer (6662 posts) -

Yup. Got the habit beaten into me by an English boarding school. Never forgot it.

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#10 Posted by warmblur (2979 posts) -

I like the veggie delight sub from Subway.

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#11 Posted by mikecrci (50 posts) -

Always. Even as a kid

vegetables > fruits

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#12 Edited by Master_Live (19697 posts) -

No.

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#13 Edited by livingdeadman (368 posts) -

Yes I do. If you have a hard time eating them, try adding a pinch of salt and pepper. Cauliflower with soy sauce is also a great idea.

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#14 Edited by Alexfreeze (25 posts) -

yeah...!! sure... i do....

Cauliflower Lettuce Turnip Greens

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#15 Posted by Kadin_Kai (531 posts) -

@carljohnsoncj: Yep I eat them and you should too! You just need some good recipes.

Since you’re into fast food, I have great reduced meat burger recipe. I freeze tofu and then unfreeze it. I press all the water out and then blend it with grounded beef (or other meats). Add some flavour salt/pepper/stock, make your patties and pan fry.

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#16 Posted by Speeny (1958 posts) -

Yep. Love a good ratatouille. Huge fan of eggplant and pumpkin. Never used to like celery but enjoy it now.

Cannot stand turnips or parsnip though. Way too earthy tasting.

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#17 Posted by mrbojangles25 (44352 posts) -

Hell yes, I try to incorporate veggies anywhere I can.

Love me some fiber, make my turds rock-like. Scours the colon.

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#18 Posted by mrbojangles25 (44352 posts) -

@kadin_kai said:

@carljohnsoncj: Yep I eat them and you should too! You just need some good recipes.

Since you’re into fast food, I have great reduced meat burger recipe. I freeze tofu and then unfreeze it. I press all the water out and then blend it with grounded beef (or other meats). Add some flavour salt/pepper/stock, make your patties and pan fry.

I do something similar but with mushrooms; mushrooms mesh really well with beef, so if you grind them up pretty fine and mix them into the beef, it's really great; enhances the flavor, adds nutrition, and reduces the total amount of beef needed.

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#19 Posted by uninspiredcup (34917 posts) -

Broccoli and stilton soup yum yums.

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#20 Posted by iwilson1296 (2499 posts) -

asparagus, peas, salad and carrots...along with V8 sometimes

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#21 Posted by AFBrat77 (26738 posts) -

Yes, steamed Broccoli and Asparagus are daily items for me.

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#22 Posted by shellcase86 (4521 posts) -

@livingdeadman said:

Yes I do. If you have a hard time eating them, try adding a pinch of salt and pepper. Cauliflower with soy sauce is also a great idea.

I like to mash up cauliflower, and mix in some butter, garlic, salt, and pepper while mashing. Comes out tasty.

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#23 Posted by livingdeadman (368 posts) -

@shellcase86 said:
@livingdeadman said:

Yes I do. If you have a hard time eating them, try adding a pinch of salt and pepper. Cauliflower with soy sauce is also a great idea.

I like to mash up cauliflower, and mix in some butter, garlic, salt, and pepper while mashing. Comes out tasty.

That sounds like a great idea!

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#24 Posted by PernicioEnigma (6119 posts) -

Vegetables have never been a problem for me, even as a kid.

@shellcase86 said:
@livingdeadman said:

Yes I do. If you have a hard time eating them, try adding a pinch of salt and pepper. Cauliflower with soy sauce is also a great idea.

I like to mash up cauliflower, and mix in some butter, garlic, salt, and pepper while mashing. Comes out tasty.

That sounds good. I used to work at a restaurant where we would have a container full of confit garlic which you could easily add to almost anything to give it a nice mellow garlic flavor.

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#25 Posted by Blazepanzer24 (214 posts) -

I'm more of a carnivore / pasta / grain eater myself, so I don't tend to eat my vegetables. I will however eat a can of pineapples, carrots, spinach and green beans every now and then.