How to make Veggies taste better.?

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Honestly, I hate veggies. But, it really couldn't hurt to eat healthier, so is there any advice you all could give me on how to make stuff taste better or things to mix it in?

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    Lily 2017-06-17

    im a really picky eater too, but you have to be a little willing to try some new things for the sake of being healthy i hate vegetables too but i love brocolli, its really not that bad but i you really dont wanna try vegetables then try a daily ammount of fruit and you should be fine all you have to do is balance everything outokay, i know this sounds weird, but if you like soy sauce, it tasted EXCELLENT on vegetables! I eat it with broccoli, cabbage, mostly green foods. it sounds weird, but trust me, its delicious!

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    Mia 2017-07-05

    Try this ... VINAIGRETTE Makes enough for a large bowl of salad INGREDIENTS 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon of white wine vinegar METHOD Put the ingredients in a bowl or jar. Whisk or shake to mix thoroughly until it becomes thick and opaque. Pour over the salad, and then toss the salad to cover it completely. ADDITIONS & ALTERNATIVES Add a crushed clove of garlic. Add a teaspoon of mixed herbs. Add a teaspoon of mustard. Use a combination of olive oil and extra virgin olive oil. Use sunflower oil. Use lemon juice or orange juice instead of the vinegar. TIPS Try different ingredients with different salads. All combinations will taste good, but some will taste better than others. Test the flavour of your vinaigrette by dipping a piece of lettuce in, shaking off the excess and then tasting it. This will give you a better idea of how your salad will taste than by tasting the vinaigrette on its own. This should keep in a sealed jar in the fridge for 3 weeks. Shake it again before use.You're just eating the wrong kind of salad. Try something from here: http://ohsheglows.com/recipage/?search

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    Jackson 2017-05-16

    t... I've been eating a lot of these lately: http://ohsheglows.com/recipage/?recipe

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    Oliver 2017-06-27

    i... http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2013/07/mar... http://www.vegkitchen.com/recipes/spinach-artichoke-and-chickpea-salad/ Yum!

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    Joshua 2017-05-14

    For some of us, cooked greens are more digestible than raw greens. We can steam our veggies, stir fry them, cook rice & veggies together, or make vegetable soup. We can make all types of soup, remove the veggies & eat them separately, then pour the liquid into a mug & drink the remaining broth. A few important veggies with maximum nutrients are carrots, spinach, chard, & cilantro. It's good to get in 5-6 servings of fruits & veggies. Veggies can be steamed with canned pineapple chunks, green beans, zucchini, carrots, & frozen tri-color bell peppers for an extra treat. These can even be eaten with breakfast as a side dish for cheese omelets, French toast, or boiled eggs. Add a little oil or ghee & tarragon or other herbs. Salads can also make use of cooked & steamed veggies. Bean salad can have garbanzos, kidney beans, green beans, steamed yellow, green, & red bell peppers, & peas. Pasta salad using bow tie pasta can have peas, wild rice, & asparagus added to it. Either of these salads could have a sesame oil dressing with tarragon & other herbs. A high quality olive oil is also good. If you do give a fresh salad another try, choose the more interesting tasting & nutrient rich greens, such as romaine lettuce, baby spinach, & spring greens that include dandelions & cilantro. Experiment with dressings, such as Trader Joe's creamy Goddess Dressing with tahini in it or else sesame oil or olive oil. Add dollops of hummus & spicy peach salsa. When I add such things, it's has so many things added that it's quite a treat. However, if you prefer to stick to the cooked veggies, there's nothing wrong with that either.I used to hate salad until I found Balsamic Vinegar! I started off put a lot of it on but as you get used to it lower the amounts off dressing. If u still can stand it, try other greens, string beans, green beans , spinach, ect their just as good for you even better!

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    Audrey 2017-06-27

    I liked cooked veggies better than raw, particularly roasted. Baked potatoes are great, although try not to add too much butter/sour cream/cheese as that can cancel out the healthiness. I don't like raw carrots either, but I find they are much better cooked, roasted for about 40 minutes in the oven with a little olive oil and salt. Green beans are my favorite, and I steam them and add some lemon juice (I have to try not to overcook them though, since that reminds me of school lunches). Sometimes salads can be boring, but you could add beans, seeds, or hard-boiled eggs to make them a little more interesting. Regardless, it's about trying new recipes that suit your tastes and finding what you enjoy most.I'm like that too with some vegetables, but there is some that I like . You can eat salads. With pasta put tomato sauce on it. Get vegetarian pizza-try on it: black olives, mushrooms, (sliced) tomatos-it is very good on a pizza, black olives, pineapple. There are other vegetables as well you can get on it.

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    Evelyn 2017-05-02

    Like or not, try eat the fresh stuff. Like try 1 per week. Like carrots and broccoli. Use vinegar, salsa, pepper, whatever on it. Add lemon , homey , Ranch or any sauce. Gradually you will acquire taste. Then again gradually, just take veges without the sauces. Lemon, salt ,pepper can be added.If you add good spices to it vegatables can taste quite delicious, I'll bet you could find some really good recipies online.

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    Stella 2017-05-07

    vegetables give you cancer how do you think all those indians died?If you like potatoes, try eating sweet potatoes. I bake them like a would a regular potato or you can cut them up to make sweet potato fries and drizzle them with olive oil and bake them until cooked. Sweet potatoes are much better for you than regular ones. You can also make a veggie stew with a variety of veggies, canned beans, corn, celery, sweet potato, and zucchini.

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    Mason 2017-06-23

    I hate vegetables, to. Tomato sauce is a vegetable (as the US Congress recognized). Try Whole wheat pasta with tomato sauce. Make sure you go for a tomato sauce that doesn't have a lot of oil or cream in it. Search for vegetables you like. There are a LOT of vegetables out there, and everyone always tries to feed you the same two or three. Personally I've learned I can tolerate snow peas, edamame, mustard greens, water chestnuts, and mescaline.Make tasty veggie fajitas. Courgette, pepper, mushrooms, onion. Marinade in lime, chillli flakes, soy sauce and worcesteshire sauce, for about 15 mins, then cook on high heat and put in fajita wrap. Or roast a lot of veg in oven, drizzle with olive oil.

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    Alexander 2017-06-23

    I totally get you, I hate veggies most of the time, too! Have you tried stir fry? You basically cook vegetables like capsicum, baby corn, snow peas and spring onion and quickly fry them back and forth in oil for about 5 minutes and then add cooked egg noodles. You can add chicken too, it taste great with stir fry. Or you could try wraps with chicken :D Hope this helps!simply wash it off and put a little bit of salt then eat it.

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    Jayden 2017-06-19

    Get a juicer.Try roasted carrots, roasted sweet potatoes, and roasted broccoli. I can pretty much promise you'll like them. Well, ok, the broccoli is a bit strong, so you may not like it, but the carrots and sweet potatoes are pretty much candy. Or, try juicing and mix those veggies with fruits you like. Or hide shredded vegetables in pasta sauces, chili, soup, meatloaf, and macaroni and cheese.

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