I have the opposite problem where I’m a vegetable-a-holic. I can go days only eating veggies, mostly salads, plain raw mushrooms, sauteed string beans, plain raw snow peas.
It is healthy to get into the veggie habit. I know a lot of people don’t like em, but if you prepare them well, they can be better than any sanwich, candy, pasta dish.
Try this sometime for a meal: A salad with all kinds of veggies (raw baby greens, raw spinach, tomatoes, steamed and cooled green beans, steamed and cooled broccoli), some kind of dried fruit (golden raisins or craisins) or fresh fruit (chopped apples, pears or grapes), a toss of raw nuts (raw almonds, raw pumpkin seeds, raw unsweetened coconut or the like), small amount of some kind of cheese (gorgonzola, bleu or lowfat sharp cheddar), a handful of Flax Seeds, and a chopped-up protein source (chicken breast, hard boiled egg whites, lean ground beef seasoned with fajita seasoning, chopped grilled tuna steaks, chopped grilled pork tenderloin chops). Now toss with olive or flax oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic salt and pepper. The combination of flavors- sweet, salty, pungent, protein, sour; and the mixture of raw and cooked vegetables may change your mind about vegetables.[/quote]
Hell yeah that sounds good, ill definitely try it