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    Vegetables!

    Hi everyone,

    I'm looking for an easy way to incorporate more vegetables into my diet. Mostly the only veggies I get are the ones I put on my sandwiches and dinners(chicken dishes). I get a great balance of everything else but I feel that I need more veggies. Any tips?
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    What's keeping you from eating them otherwise?

    Just get a bunch of whatever veggies you like, toss with oil and seasoning, roast, enjoy.
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    Originally Posted by The Running Man View Post
    What's keeping you from eating them otherwise?

    Just get a bunch of whatever veggies you like, toss with oil and seasoning, roast, enjoy.
    Just haven't been creative haha. Never thought of tossing them with oil. Thanks
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    Yeah I'm finding the question hard to comprehend also.. Just cook and eat more? Broccoli is a good choice. Also spinach in omelets?

    Edit: What I do after I cook my veg is toss them with herbs and olive oil spread.. Makes them yummy.
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    I buy raw baby spinach.

    u can get a LOT of it for cheap and u can throw it in a bowl w/ some dressing as a salad, toss a few handfulls of it in a pasta or chicken dish, or sautee it w/ some garlic for a tasty side dish. its pretty versitile and has lots of micronutrients with very little calories. a cup is something like 5 or 6 calories.
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    Originally Posted by DHSH View Post
    Yeah I'm finding the question hard to comprehend also.. Just cook and eat more? Broccoli is a good choice. Also spinach in omelets?

    Edit: What I do after I cook my veg is toss them with herbs and olive oil spread.. Makes them yummy.
    I guess I didn't word it very well. What is a better tasting way to incorporate more vegetables into my diet? Rather than eating them raw? That's what I meant. Sorry guys. I'm lacking some food creativity when it comes to vegetables
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    Originally Posted by Jen0va View Post
    I buy raw baby spinach.

    u can get a LOT of it for cheap and u can throw it in a bowl w/ some dressing as a salad, toss a few handfulls of it in a pasta or chicken dish, or sautee it w/ some garlic for a tasty side dish. its pretty versitile and has lots of micronutrients with very little calories. a cup is something like 5 or 6 calories.

    Thanks. Just trying to get more ideas
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