That sounds really frustrating, but it sounds like a situation where he would have to want to change in order to start eating healthier at all, and it doesn't sound like he wants to.
My husband used to be an extremely picky eater (ate the same thing every day), and now eats almost anything - but it was his choice to try things he was previously sure he didn't like.
It might be better to focus less on finding things you will both eat and moreIf there are certain foods he likes, maybe you can try to work with that. on how to manage a household where you're having different meals. You might be able to find some things that could be a base to use in different ways. A tomato sauce for pasta that he could add his own things to, and you could add fresh vegetables and healthy proteins to. Baked potatoes, you can have it with a salad, he can add whatever. Rice and beans with salsa, he can load up on cheese and sour cream.
My husband started experimenting more because I refused to make pasta with tomato sauce every day. He was free to make his own, but sometimes he would decide to try my stirfry or soup instead. And he knows that if he doesn't want what I'm making, he's perfectly capable of creating his own meal. So, I don't think you should try to limit yourself to what he will or won't eat. Try to work with him, if there are vegetables he likes try to incorporate them as inspiration, try to make bases for meals that you can both use, but don't limit yourself. If he starts seeing that your food looks pretty delicious, he might get inspired.
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