I personally eat a serving of fruits and/or vegetables at every single meal. It works for me, and I only eat what I like.
I think the most important thing is more about the type of food you eat and the quality of it that is going to affect your health rather than what is missing in your diet (think like processed foods, hydrogenated oils, fast food, restaurant trash, etcetera). If your diet is reasonably balanced, I don't think you have anything to worry about. I think I ate maybe 1 vegetable a month, if that, in my entire childhood because I hated them... and my body developed quite well despite the absence of vegetables.
I have stopped reading what people say is adequate, or inadequate, when it comes to diet (or anything else for that matter). What is "recommended" today will change tomorrow. If you look back in the last 60 years and you will see an unnecessary rocky history about what is recommended for everything from water intake, fats, sugars, supplements, protein, fruits/vegetables, etcetera. I think experimenting and finding what works for you is the way to go.
The low testosterone epidemic, high blood pressure, diabetes and so on.... isn't from lack of vegetables, but people eating shitty quality food and having shitty quality lifestyles.