What do you suppose is the more important addition you can make to your diet? My guess is vegetables—4 a day.
I know people who never eat vegetables because they do not like them. If that is you, and if you'd really like to learn to like them, here are some suggestions to help:
Chop many different kinds of raw vegetables together. The flavors meld so that you don’t taste any particular—perhaps disagreeable—flavor.
Make vegetable soup, again using many different kinds of vegetables. Use meat broth to make the flavor savory, or dairy to make it creamy. Vegetable soup is how my grandmother got vegetables down my grandfather.
Give yourself opportunities to like vegetables. My guess is that babies whose mothers decided after one try of a new vegetable that their baby “didn’t like it,” never got a chance to learn to like it. Four tries, “they” say, before you really know.
If you don’t like it cooked, you may like it raw. Beets, turnips, potatoes may be some you've never tried raw.
If the vegetables come from your own garden, you will have these added benefits:
Let me know which new vegetables you try this week!
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