endive, escarole, kale, watercress, hominy, rutabaga
Out of all vegetables, which vegetables would you say are most nutritious?
Somebody told me corn has no nutritional value. Is this true?
I'm trying to put more vegetables into my diet. I never eat them and there are many I don't like. If I tell you what kind of vegetables I hate and which ones I like, will you suggest some new ones maybe I don't know about or haven't heard of or some recipes I might like to include more veggies in my diet?
Vegetables I hate:
lima beans, peppers, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, eggplant, lettuce, peas, radishes
Vegetables I like:
edamame, generally fresh green beans can be ok, also fresh asparagus, mushrooms, cucumber, squash, spinach but ONLY raw or slightly wilted, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, corn, carrots, potatoes.
I've been googling and looking at allrecipes.com for assistance, but i thought id ask you guys too. I don't like things that have too many ingredients or that take longer than twenty minutes to make.
Potatoes, corn and carrots are my favorite vegetables. In fact, they are the only vegetables I eat right now. From the vegetables I like, do you think I can have a balanced diet? Which veggies should I eat more of to gain a balanced diet? Mostly, i eat a lot of meat and cheese.
If you eat a lot of vegetables, what vegetables are in your every day diet that you eat a lot?
If I eat canned or frozen vegetables will I still get the nutrients I need, or is it not even worth it?