Fresh veggies taste a lot better than canned or even frozen. Don't overcook them! Green vegetables should still be bright green not grayish. Try roasting veggies (any kind) with a little oil---or bacon grease! Also try cauliflower rice: where you finely chop cauliflower and add it to stews and soups in place of rice.
current weight: 134.5
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1,566 1/8/13 8:52 P
Try all kinds of new veggies if you haven't yet. There are SO many different kinds out there that there would have to be something you like. I love the soup idea because you can "cover" them up with all kinds of great flavors if you don't really like them.
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1/8/13 8:42 P
I have been roasting veggies for the past few weeks and love them. They take on a slightly nutty flavor when roasted. Eggplant, zucchini, onion and peppers have been my go to. I ususally just spray the pan with cooking spray and put them in a single layer, top with salt, pepper and garlic. 450 degrees for 15-20 minutes, I usually flip them once. I've made a veggie lasagna with them and it was delish.
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