I come from a family of food allergies - and I have them too! My little g/son has life-threatening ones to many - eggs, dairy, nuts and kiwifruit being the worst.
Anyway, I suggest that you make a list of what you CAN eat. Put them into groups like Carbs, Fats, Protein. Then go through that list and you can make your choices based on them.
Where it comes to veges and not liking them, it is often not because you don't like them, but rather haven't found a way TO like them. It may be that things like lightly cooked spinach with a very little bit of powdered nutmeg over it, or Swiss Chard with some plain yoghurt. It may be a mixed Roast Vege Salad - bit-sized chopped potato, pumpkin, capsicums, courgettes, onion, mushrooms, and then drizzle a balsamic vinaigrette over them hot or cold, and sprinkle over some sesame seeds. It may be that you could make vege soups and puree them with a stick mixer or blender. Put some curry in, or a tiny bit of chilli. It might be that you make some casseroles with chicken or beef, and dice up some veges to extend it, and add some lentils. Can you eat hummus? If so, then having some julienne'd veges using the hummus as a dip might be nice to try.
You might like to try some smoothies - you can make them using berries. My daughter makes her little boy's ones with fruit AND veges mixed. She often puts in spinach and beetroot with banana, peaches, frozen peas (even minted peas) cucumber etc. and his Rice Milk. Some she freezes into little ice-blocks for him.
I had a look at the SP meal plan initially, but didn't do it. For a start we are the total opposite side of the seasons, and secondly, a lot of what is available in the States, we don't have here, and some have never heard of. I have total control over my choice of food, which I think if you are capable, is the way to go because then you take your likes/dislikes and what you fancy that day, into account.
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