We eat fairly primal meals, but we haven't worked our way up to organ meats (except liver every so often). We make lots of dishes that incorporate onion, bell pepper, carrot, celery, and 2-3 times a month have stir fry with broccoli or cabbage. On "chunk of meat" nights, my kids aren't that enthusiastic about a side of veggies (unless covered in cheese sauce), and don't really care for salads.
I'm pretty comfortable that the adults can relax on veggie intake - we probably still eat more than when on the SAD diet - but I'm wondering what you guys think about how many servings do kids really need? My boys are 8 and 10. One of the 8 year olds is gluten-insensitive and also very small, although he's healthy and I think he just takes after the little side of the family (43 lbs compared to his fraternal twins' 55 lbs).
I'm leaning towards relaxing and not worrying if a couple of meals a week are veggie-free, but I'd like to know what ya'll do