I really enjoy this thread PB, you are always a delight to read.
I do enjoy vegetables sometimes, but more often than not I am eating them because I feel like I should. It's often held up in the paleo/primal communities that "our plate is mostly veggies and only some meat, see?!" as a way to placate the CW masses and make them realize that paleo is not that evil after all.
A couple times this week I found myself eating the delicious slow cooker pork I had made. Literally nothing but pork, garlic, and salt. I ate it sometimes microwaved and soft, sometimes fried crispy in my cast iron skillet. Sometimes with several pastured eggs (is there any more heavenly combo than crispy pork and eggs??) I had steamed or roasted veggies available but at some times I just didn't want it. So I ate my big ass pork piles and felt sated but also a little guilty I hadn't had "balance" on my plate and stuff.
Also I ate a 5lb pork roast in about 4 days, for which many heaps of judgement were distributed upon me by roomies and co-workers. "You bought a 5 lb roast just for you....???"
The fact of things is, there are very few veggies I actually like. Broccoli and carrots, mushrooms, garlic, tomato sauce or salsa of every possible variety - yes yes yes. Kale? Squash? Cabbage? Yeach, no thanks! But even I get bored of the veggies I do love, and the idea of just not eating them if I don't feel like it is intensely liberating.