Maybe you could try some good dips. At HEB, they have a good selection of hummus in the deli department. They also have a good selection of clean salad dressings that would also work. I would try raw first. It's easier to start that way. Veggies are not easy to cook properly.
Once you learn to like them raw, I would move on to steaming and roasting. What I like best about veggies, is how good healthy it makes me feel when I consistently eat a lot of them.
I haven't tried juicing, but I do make green smoothies:
1 c. water
1 banana (fresh or frozen)
1 c frozen berries
1 c greens (such as spinach, kale, etc)
You can make lots of variations for your taste. Maybe use apple juice instead of water if you need it sweeter. You can add yogurt to make it smoother. Other ideas: protein powder, wheat germ, ground flax, bee pollen, etc.
Melissa, from Texas
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