Try roasting your vegetables. They taste great without any added fat. Cook at 425 until slightly charred and you will experience a totally different taste than steaming, sauteeing, etc. Great with broccoli, asparagus, green beans, cauliflower.
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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
Make a big pot of soup once or more times weekly. This is the time to add all those left over veggies - even new ones you never really enjoyed! It really fills you up before lunch or dinner. Even a small bowl during snack time. Gets those veggies in. Loads of books on low-cal soups from Amazon, etc.306
EVEN NON-DIETING FAMILY LOVES EATING MY SOUPS. I suggest freezing your portions right away?243
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