One way to make sure that you eat lots of veggies is to grow them yourself. If you put in the work, you'll feel bad letting any go to waste. Plus, your own veggies are local and (hopefully) organic too!
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As a child I did not like most veggies... but as apart of life ..change is everyday, After growing a garden and tasting fresh home grown veggies .I love many veggies i did not eat a as kid. Give a new food a try just taste it with an open mind.my mom is shocked that i eat carrots and mushrooms. Tasting good food and enjoying them ,makes you a better cook with Healthier Options to your meals4
I love to garden and I have found gardening has played a huge part in reaching my goals. Growing a garden is a lot of physical work and it gets me outside. I really enjoy growing my own salads, I know there are no harmful chemicals involved and taking my basket out to snitch leaves off my lettuce, spinach and chard is a stress free, relaxing, thankful experience. If you don't have enough land for a garden you can use containers on your patio or just set a pot outside anywhere. 436
Winter is a bleak and depressing time for me so I have learned how to grow cherry tomatoes and strawberries in my big sunny windows. Food can be fun and healthy!
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