Regardless of what Grok did or didn't eat, we know that vegetables are good for us. It's really the one area that just about every different dietary school of thought agrees on: vegetables are really good for you. The general consensus around here is that they become more palatable over time as we train our taste buds away from all grains all the time. It's okay to take it slowly and to experiment with the veggies. Find the ones you really like and, perhaps, try one new vegetable or vegetable recipe a week to add to your repertoire. I never ever thought I would find myself craving brussels sprouts or spinach. God how I hated them when I was a kid!
True healthcare reform starts in your kitchen, not in Washington. ~Anonymous
The worst carrot is better than the best candybar.--TornadoGirl