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  • What vegetables do you guys have on a daily basis

    Have just found out peas and corn are bad lol

  • #2
    Fresh peas are fine (i think)! Its just the dry/processed ones that aren't!

    Carrots, brocolli, asparagus, cabbage etc for me!

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    • #3
      I eat kale pretty much everyday. I also eat a lot of cabbage (also in the form of sauerkraut), brussel sprouts, and cauliflower.
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      • #4
        broccoli and spinach are two i have 99 days out of 100.
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        • #5
          Since I grow my own lettuce, Ive learned how many different styles there are. Amazing.
          Besides that, I like tomatoes, spinach, boksoi, kale, Brussels sprouts cauliflower.

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          • #6
            Cabbage and broccoli mostly.

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            • #7
              Whatever dark green thing is in season (purple sprouting broccoli now), usually plus carrots.

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              • #8
                I'm struggling a little with this too - I love eggplant, tomato, asparagus and mushrooms but will more often than not cook them in loads of butter and not so sure that frying the bejebus out of my veggies is ideal??

                Trying to cook more carrots, hubby love brussel sprouts and cauliflower and broccoli, me not so much.

                I'm also big on 'lettuce wraps' where I chuck a little of everything into a large iceberg lettuce leaf and eat as a wrap. Yesterdays was proscuitto, semi dried tomatoes, shallots, avocado and mozzarella. And a splash of olive oil.

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                • #9
                  sometimes i steam them, then add in butter nice change to frying them
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                  • #10
                    i dont' know about "daily" veggies...but weekly staples in our diet are green cabbage, bok choy, brussels sprouts, carrots, celery, napa cabbage. The rest of the veggies we eat change out frequently based on whatever I'm cooking.
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                    • #11
                      broccoli sauteed in coconut oil is amazingly good

                      check out this recipe for a way to make cabbage especially good

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                      • #12
                        Kale and spinach. At lease 4 cups everyday. I go through a lot of it in a week. Sometimes swiss chard if I can find it.

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                        • #13
                          Cabbage, cucumber, radishes, cauliflower, red onions are pretty much daily
                          celery, bell peppers, carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach - always have them in the house, and normally will have at least one of them every other day or so
                          eggplants, zucchini, spaghetti squash, brussel sprouts, beets, sweet potato, asparagus - quite often, whenever on sale
                          rutabaga, turnips, jicama - just getting into those ones to expand the repertoire of the tubers and reduce the amount of post-workout potato

                          We normally have fresh veggies, steam them, more rarely stir-fry & roast. I don't like added fat with my veggies, I enjoy the natural flavors more (and I dislike the taste of both butter and bacon). Coconut oil I have is tasteless, and I am not a big fan of olive oil either. I grew up with 'pungent' sunflower oil, the 'real' one, that is not available here, so yeah, I have never really found frying fat that tastes good to me, apart from the drippings from the pork roast or beef. Once in a while I make sesame-oil flavored stir-fry, my husband is crazy for sesame.
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                          • #14
                            Raw: mushrooms, cucumber, and celery (often with organic dijon mustard- yum!)

                            Steamed: TONS of greens- kale, chard, mustard greens, spinach or collards

                            Baked: kale chips! So good it is basically criminal. I just found a recipe for brussel sprout chips, too which I cannot wait to try out!

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                            • #15
                              kale (with bacon!), brussels sprouts, cauliflower, red peppers, artichokes

                              no broccoli. Hate the stuff.
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