LPT: Roast yo’ broccoli. Broccoli is a cheap, ubiquitous vegetable that too often is steamed or boiled to death, sapping nutrients and flavor. Toss with olive oil and salt and roast at 400.

Edit: A lot of people are asking about cooking time. I didn’t include that because it’s very subjective. I like the florets browned and the stems crunchy. 15 minutes at 400 degrees is a good guess for that, but if you like softer veggies and less browning you might want to decrease the temp to 350-375 and go a little longer. The stems won’t have as much “bite” that way.

That said, you’ll want to check in on it and see for yourself. I use color more than time to determine doneness.

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TIL that when you eat a lot of green vegetables, some chlorophyll remains intact and when they pass through blood vessels near the surface of your skin, they engage in photosynthesis and you produce ATP (obviously in very small , but still!) jcs.biologists.org/conten…
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[I ate] Beef Wellington, potato purèe, glazed root vegetables, and red wine glaze.
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Gabriel Jesus | “I used to eat a lot of junk food... pizza, hamburgers." “Do you see it? Lots of salad, pasta, fruit, vegetables, I never thought my fridge would be like this. Before it was just chocolate, cake, pudding… I miss my pudding, man.” twitter.com/Sport_Witness…
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TIFU by leaving vegetable oil unattended near my kittens

I was making myself a stir fry today and accidentally poured way too much vegetable oil into the pan. I hadn't put anything else in, so I poured most of it out into a bowl. I left it on the counter and began making my food.

A couple minutes later, I heard gagging noises coming from the counter next to me. I looked over to see one of the little gremlins drinking the vegetable oil. He was lapping it up and gagging as he drank. As I watched in horror, he hopped down from the counter, spilling the oil all over his buddy.

And of course, since they're tiny monsters, they decided it was the perfect time to cuddle and groom one another. Gremlin 1 licked his fur buddy all over, making sure as much surface area as possible was covered, while Gremlin 2 purred and rubbed up against Gremlin 1, coating both from head to toe.

Now they're dashing around the house. They're impossible to catch. The monsters are coated all over with oil. They're shiny and slippery and hyperactive. I'm trying to c

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YSK that Collagen and Gelatin are always from animals and there is no vegetable source.

Collagen is that protein that makes up most of our bodies, our connective tissues, skin, bones, arteries..

Gelatin is just processed collagen.

In the plant kingdom, they're not made out of proteins like us, but out of cellulose fibre, a carbohydrate.

So when you have a vegetable alternative to things that are traditionally made with gelatin, you don't use a plant protein, but plant fibre. It's that structure-creating vibe of these molecules that provides structure to things we need gelatinized or glued together or thickened or whatever.

Collagen supplements are huge nowadays. These are made from animal hides and bones or maybe fish scales or chicken sternums/crops. There is no vegetable that produces collagen, but I think a company called Gelita Geltor has introduced bacterial gelatin, I guess from a GMO bacterium.

Collagen supplements are extra-processed gelatin, btw. Gelatin is long tangles of protein that hold their shape and hold water. Collagen supplements break these t

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TIL that the State of California by itself produces 50% of the nation's Fruits, Nuts, and Vegetables... and 20% of its Milk cdfa.ca.gov/farm_bill/
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Eat your vegetables or pay the consequences
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Spirit of Mumbai tired and beaten: Ashok Singh(45) a vegetable vendor who opened his shop for the first time in four months on Wednesday, burst into tears as he was forced to shut it because of flooding.
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Animal skull attached at the root to a vegetable.
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How to become a vegetable for the rest of your life in under 10 seconds v.redd.it/uz8o5gva6ah51
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[SW] Rodents are spending money meant for their uncle's back pain medication for vegetables that spoil in less than a week, to the amount of 601 per dank vegetable

Hi guys

Not my first rodeo, so standard rules apply here. If you want to join the queue, leave a comment on this thread and say what your favourite Pixar movie is to weed out the plebs. If you just say "Interested", I'll ignore you, it's very rude.

When I invite you, I'll reply to the comment saying "Invited", if you could be nice and reply to that comment once you're finished with "Finished", it would be nice.

Tips are welcome but not needed (but don't be like one guy who did 6 visits and didn't even say thank you after). No wet suits.

Optional: If you're feeling jonty, wear a specific outfit. I have one called "Turnip Tycoon" where I look like a rich Texan. Wear clothes that you think makes you look like a "Turnip Tycoon"

Also if you do want to tip and you want to give something other than cash, here's my wishlists (nothing from the Saharah wishlists please):

https://villagerdb.com/user/steveomatt

Edit: The shops are now closed, thank you all for coming. I apologise to the las

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When your hard work pays off. From my garden, to my canner, to my crockpot. Vegetable soup!!
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dude why do so many people hate vegetables nowadays smh
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Man began 220-pound weight loss journey by only eating 1 type of unseasoned vegetable || Potatoes archive.is/DDI3j
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When to boil water to cook vegetables
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Kids like vegetables. Many people just suck at cooking them.

Many people (no idea if it's most - haven't conducted a survey) have parents that overcook vegetables or don't bother seasoning them. Possibly because that's how they were raised, too.

It's no wonder many kids hate those kinda vegetables. While adults can at least somehow munch down that oversteamed broccoli, or that salad that is either dry or drenched in greasy dressing, or those watery, wobbly tomatoes, falsely believing that it's somehow what you gotta do as an adult, kids don't give a shit and will just flat out refuse it. That is then ascribed to kids not liking vegetables or kids only liking greasy/sugary food. That's a big pile of BS.

While some tastes are certainly developed over the years, you can get children to like all sorts of vegetables by cooking them right. So instead of letting that broccoli cook for 20 minutes with no salt, how about you let it roast in the oven with some salt, paprika and olive oil?

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Has this dude never heard of a vegetable?
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I have an allergy to chromium which is used to tan leather. I have to use vegetable tanned leather. Only glove I could find was $150 driving gloves from Spain. So.. this shit better take a stroke or two of my game. I’m going to look like OJ out there.
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ELI5: If the whole purpose of a fruit/vegetable is to spread seeds by being eaten and what out, why are chilly peppers doing there best to prevent this?

Edit: I meant eaten and shat out on eaten and “what out”

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Most people have a vegetable drawer, my parents have a cheese one
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We had green vegetables
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Which vegetable should fuck off?
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Flatulence kills zombies. Zombie meat can be used to plant vegetables. That’s how zombies works. v.redd.it/dvxaacvp9rf51
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Melancholy, a vegetable
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We have been told that we should eat less meat and more vegetables and fruits but what about Hong Kong's people who have one of the highest life expectancies and the highest meat consumption per capita?

See above.

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In America pickled cucumbers are usually just called "pickles" and they are a kitchen staple. What caused pickled cucumbers to be so dominant compared to other pickled vegetables?
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husband & father of my 1.5 year old son passed away 3 weeks ago in his sleep suddenly and unexpectedly. This tragedy can not be put into words but today I came out to discover my very first seed to harvest vegetable, peas, his favorite. Please appreciate the emotional success on this one.
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Just want to say thanks to whoever suggested putting a paper towel in the bag with your fresh vegetables!

I think I read that hint here on /r/frugal. What an awesome veggie saver! For example, I bought a head of cauliflower and put a paper towel in the plastic bag with it to absorb moisture. Each time I used some of the cauliflower I checked the paper towel, and if it was over-damp I trashed it and put in a new one. One MONTH later I finally finished up the head - there were hardly any little black spots to cut out. Same with some cucumbers and yellow squash and celery and carrots and...everything lasts much longer with a paper towel nearby to absorb the water. I'm a gardener and sometimes there are just too many eggplant to eat in a week. This hint saved them for me. So much less guilt!

Note that I live in a place where it's too hot to leave any veggies on the counter except tomatoes.

I've cut down on paper towels A LOT in the past few years, mostly by using thin cloths instead. We've only used one roll since we started isolating in early March, and that includes what I've put in

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At the very least a vegetable v.redd.it/7w91dc80y8g51
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I turned a hole in my kitchen floor into an indoor vegetable garden
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On India’s Independence Day 🇮🇳, a vegetable vendor shows his respect for nation in humblest of ways
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[Homemade] Skirt Steak with Vegetables
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Celery is the worst vegetable in existence

I know that a ton of people love to eat celery as a snack, claiming that it’s delicious. It’s not, it has a horrible taste and and even worse smell. Oh god, is the smell of celery the worst thing in existence. And people will gladly scarf it down without hesitation. Why? Why torture yourself eating something that smells like death? So many people worship it, claiming it to be a delicious and healthy snack when it tastes and smells like death itself. I just can’t handle it. Because of this, celery is the worst vegetable imaginable. Horrible taste and horrible smell, there’s zero reason to choose it over other vegetables.

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What are some super underrated Asian fruits and vegetables more people should use ?

When I say Asian fruits and vegetables I’m referring to commonly used produce in Asian cuisines which aren’t normally used else where.

I unexpectedly bought some green mango from an Asian grocer after the store owner saw me looking at it. She told me to eat it with fish sauce and chilli, her kindness convinced me, and I’ve been really loving it!

Would love to know your suggestions and easy ways to prepare them (if not by itself raw) :)

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If you were brought up as a child eating absolutely no vegetables or fruit, what would you recomend trying first?

I was brought up eating very little to no fruit or vegetables. The texture more than the taste still weirds me out, but im trying to eat healthier. So... what healthy foods (fruits, vegetables, maybe something else) would you recomend trying with mainly simple textures? I thought and am still thinking about trying green smoothies made of blended combinations, but never really took it too far. Thanks for the help, sorta been afraid to ask and hopefully i can become alot healthier than i currently am.

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Or if you wanna get them SP restoring vegetables
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Vegetable stir fry with noodles. And pets reddit.com/rpan/r/RedditI…
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My first harvest. Not as bountiful as some, but I’m super proud of myself as a first time vegetable grower
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Free boxes of fresh food. You already know what it is! 11:30-12:30. 5201 E Warren Ave 80222! Come on down and get a big box of groceries, we have fresh produce, fruits and vegetables, dairy, eggs and prepared meals to give away!!
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My 14 year old’s herb and vegetable garden in back of our apartment complex where gardening is against the rules.
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How common is a meal consisting of meat + potatoes + vegetable + bread in your country?
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Thanks but I’ll stick to vegetables
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Origin of our common vegetables
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Thanks, i hate my vegetables
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Get your shit together vegetables!
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In search of free vegetables
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Vegetables are not needed for a healthy and thriving life.

Just came across a graphic that listed the non-negotiables for healthy living and at the top was vegetables.

Animals run away, have toxins or camouflage to prevent getting eaten. Plants use toxins.

A lot of health issues can come from plants including stones of all kinds (bladder, kidney). Many who suffer from gut related chronic illnesses like crohns can tell you that eating a salad would cause a massive flair.

Many who eat meat based diets are thriving on no plants and have been for many years! So no, veggies are not essential for a healthy and thriving life/body. ✌🏼

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Buffalo chicken breast and vegetables. I need to watch my carb intake and she doesn’t.
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Free boxes of fresh produce today! Come see us at 5201 E Warren Ave Denver CO 80222 for a big box of fresh fruit, vegetables, dairy, lunch meats, eggs and prepackaged meals! We’re distributing from 11:30-12:30!
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It’s so hilarious and adorable that Kakashi went to the market and bought Naruto a big bowl of vegetables
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Shrimp and vegetable risotto with sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, spinach!
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TIL Tomatoes are botanically defined as fruits because they form from a flower and contain seeds. Still, they're most often utilized like a vegetable in cooking. In fact, the US Supreme Court ruled in 1893 that the tomato should be classified as a vegetable on the basis of its culinary applications healthline.com/nutrition/…
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Vegetables are my passion
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TIL some people don't like vegetables like cabbage and broccoli due to genes that make their taste buds super sensitive to having more of a protein that interlocks with phenylthiocarbamide, causing the sensation of bitterness. A very similar compound is found in brassicas, causing a similar reaction learn.genetics.utah.edu/c…
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Never Throw Away Vegetables Again

A part of me dies when I have to throw expired produce in the trash. I’ve started making a veggie egg scramble a few times a week to use those extra vegetables that are going bad in the fridge! You can use ANYTHING to make an awesome scramble (broccoli, mushrooms, squash, zucchini, peppers, onions, you name it)! Here's how I made mine today:

Full recipe is here with pictures

Ingredients:

1/2 sweet onion

1/2 red pepper

1 cup spinach

8 eggs

1/8 cup coconut milk (can or carton is fine)

Salt & Pepper to taste

1 Tbps olive oil

Toppings:

1/2 avocado

cilantro

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This eco-resort in Bali has its own vegetable gardens and all the buildings are made from bamboo
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My vegetable garden in a spare bedroom!
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Catching vegetables v.redd.it/85nifsxpfci51
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Fruits and vegetables are gross

You know how sometimes kids hate fruits and vegetables, but learn to like them when they get older? I never did. I'm still a picky eater on that note.

I'll eat potatoes in the form of fries or chips sure and I'll put ketchup on burgers and stuff, but I really don't like to eat fruits or vegetables like most people like to eat them. I really only eat them if they're processed in some way, shape, or form. If I try to eat any plain fruits or vegetables, it makes me nauseous like I want to throw up.

When I order food like burgers at restaurants, I always order them plain (no lettuce, tomato, pickle, onion, etc). I'll eat sweet things like cherry pie, but I don't like cherries by themselves. They're gross.

Despite not eating fruits or vegetables, surprisingly my blood pressure and blood sugar are totally normal. Despite being a bit overweight, I'm fairly healthy.

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I love my slow cooker, use it at least once a week! Here's my most recent meal; beef, broccoli and all the vegetables that were getting a little sad in the fridge
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Ironic that he ate so much steak only to turn into a vegetable lol
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Posted on r/unpopularopinion that vegetables are not essential for health

They don’t like it. 🤭😬 it’s funny that people get so combative about this. I’m just sharing an unpopular opinion and on the correct sub and people act like I just told them that I think we should eat babies for dinner!!

Bizarre, keep spreading the good word fam

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Meal ideas that are freezer friendly and has vegetables in it?

I'm trying to find more meal ideas that could be frozen, and reheats well. Must have vegetables, I'm trying to be healthy, haha. I googled online and there's a lot of recipes for casseroles and stuff, but they're very meaty.

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Sick of all these over-sexualized vegetables. Some vegetables just want to cuddle 🥺
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TIL Garden Veggie Straws, which shows fresh vegetables on the bag, and are promoted as a healthy alternative to chips, are actually made of salt, starch, and tomato paste. They have less nutrition than actual potato chips and the manufacturer, which has a history of false claims, is now being sued. nypost.com/2017/07/06/the…
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What fruits and vegetables define arrival of summer or winter in your country ?
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whole bag of frozen vegetables
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How to eat vegetables???

HI everyone! So, I am very new at cooking. I grew up on fast food and processed foods because my mom unfortunately didn't know how to cook either. I think this may be the reason I have an extremely strong distaste for vegetables. They are so bitter to me, I can't even force myself to eat them. But now, my personal trainer has put me on a 1,500 daily calorie limit and wants me to eat mostly nutrition dense food. How can I cook vegetables so that I can eat them? I know I sound like such a toddler, and I feel like one too. It's embarrassing that as a grown woman I still can't finish my vegetables. I also would love to learn to cook them properly so that my 2 year old and 1 year old will learn to love them as they grow. Any and all help is appreciated, thank you so much.

Edit: You have all been so helpful, I've learned more from you kind people on reddit about cooking veggies than I have my entire life! Lol thank you all so much!

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Beef Wellington, potato purèe, glazed root vegetables, and red wine glaze.
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[SW] Funny Name & Funnier Name are buying your vegetables that you would never eat in real life for FIVE, FIVE, SEVEN

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Armenian Grilled Vegetable Salad Khorovats Recipe youtu.be/d--YZGeD-Ec
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Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral

"Is everyone here? Food and drinks are on the table to the left, help yourselves. Good, good. I'd like to welcome you to your final diplomatic brief before we arrive in the Sol system. I am Deputy Vice-Foreign Minister Dzewa. Of course, you are all accomplished in your respective areas of expertise, and the Galactic Council has complete confidence in your ability to represent us and our interests when dealing with the newly discovered humans. You are the best and brightest among us. We know you will make your mark interacting with this new species. Now, before we begin, are there any questions. Anything at all? Yes, go ahead."

"Diplomatic Envoy from the Chaugnar Faugn Collective, Sir. According to our data packets, the Sol system is not merely a human territory, but their home system and the seat of governance. This was a mistake or oversight, yes?"

"Ah, that. There was no mistake. The humans were very clear that they wanted any embassies to be located on Earth, their homeworld."

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Spirit of Mumbai tired and beaten: Ashok Singh(45) a vegetable vendor who opened his shop for the first time in four months on Wednesday, burst into tears as he was forced to shut it because of flooding.
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Lemon salad dressing is “almost feminine.” [Joshua McFadden in Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables]
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Today I Learned that Veggietales wasn't originally going to have vegetables as the characters. Phill Vischer simply needed character models that were easy to animate in the early days of computer animation. Vegetables didn’t require animating arms, legs, or hair like humans or animals would. factsandtrends.net/2018/1…
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A lovely yellow squash from my vegetable garden.
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Put nicotine in vegetables so children can't stop eating them.

Edit to the people saying Simpsons did it, Tomatos are a fruit. This post clearly says vegetables. It's completely different.

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Pork and rice with vegetables. Took less than 20 mins.
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Vegetables aren’t the only things growing around here! 🥰 reddit.com/gallery/ibkn4u
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How to prepare vegetables when I've never liked them before?

I (26F) have never liked vegetables ever since I was a kid. My dad always made them so that they were pretty bland (canned corn/green beans, boiled broccoli/brussel sprouts, etc) and the texture was never very good. I desperately want to eat healthier and would like to find even a couple of vegetables that I like, but I don't want to waste money on them if I have no idea how to try and prepare them so that I might like them. I've seen a few good ideas online that I've saved but wanted input from here as well -- what are some good ways for a beginner to prep veggies so that they're more flavorful or have better texture?

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A giant plate of vegetable and tofu stir fry with peanut shirataki noodles (430 kcal)
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Would a Sylph taste like meat or vegetable

please i need to know

Edit: ALSO HOW WOULD YOU PREPARE ONE

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My local grocery store arrange the vegetables like this and I really appreciate it.
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8 Vegetables You Can Grow in September Albany!
  1. Sunflower Shoots
  2. Radish
  3. Spinach
  4. Tatsoi
  5. Mesclun Greens
  6. Green Onions
  7. Kale
  8. Arugula

You can read the in depth article here: https://mygardenchannel.com/8-vegetables-you-can-plant-in-september/

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I love cauliflower mash as a low calorie, vegetable heavy meal. What other meals are similar?

My cauli mash takes 200g frozen cauliflower florets, 150g potato, salt/pepper, and 1T green curry paste. The result is both tasty and filling, for 200 calories.

Do you guys know any other nice, simple meals like this for getting in some more vegetables?

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