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    Unhappy Any way to eat my veggies without having to "eat my veggies"?

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    I really don't like the taste of veggies and I need to eat them. Ideas on how I could still get them?

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    Try something like zucchini chips, or zucchini "noodles". Or maybe you could try grating up various veggies, mixing with grass fed ground beef, and making some patties. Kale chips are awesome too. Frittatas can be loaded with veggies and are super yummy. Same for omelettes.

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    Thank you! I think I'll try that. It sounds like a great idea

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    Read this thread in its entirety:

    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread68525.html


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    I like to put heaps of veggies in my daily omelette. I put mushrooms, capsicum, spinach and whatever else I have lying around, sauté them until they are soft and add in my eggs!

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    You could juice too, not as good as eating it though. Also bacon helps.
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    Calling them vegetables might help. Adults eat vegetables, children eat veggies.
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    Or just eat liver, eggs, shellfish, nuts, fermented food and any nutrient-dense plant foods you can handle - sweet potatoes, leafy greens, etc. That pretty much has you covered. Sauerkraut has some vitamin C.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jojohaligo View Post
    Calling them vegetables might help. Adults eat vegetables, children eat veggies.
    +1

    Just eat them. Add butter and salt.

    Remeber- your palate has been babied all its life, which is why you don't like them. Time to make your palate grow up and learn what food actually tastes like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojohaligo View Post
    Calling them vegetables might help. Adults eat vegetables, children eat veggies.
    Funny, I didn't realize that using the word "veggie" is all that's keeping me from true adulthood.

    -Adult veggie lover



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