I love greenbeans. Love them. Loved them as a kid, love them now. I just started roasting them with a bit of olive oil, S&P. I can eat all of them. And I'm OK with that - I could always use more veggies.
But here's the problem: I am an extremely picky veggie eater and have been since I was a child. What I would love to have is a bit of help with how to cook the veggies I actually like so that I love them as much as I do those darned greenbeans. Here's my limited list:
Squashes and zuchini of all types, cooked tomatoes (I know it's a fruit), aforementioned greenbeans, spinach, stewed collards, carrots, but only if they don't taste like carrots and are chopped small (told you I'm picky) - basically I find any veggie that is bitter at all to be very disturbing. Any help for a thirty-something girl that still eats her veggies like a kid?
PS - I DO try other veggies once in a while to make sure I still hate them....i'm not THAT much of a kid.
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