Well, I'm trying to, anyway. What is it that makes some pieces of celery taste good, and others taste like horrible, bitter herbs? I actually enjoy celery, particularly for its ability to support peanut butter, but how do you know which is the good bunch of celery to buy?
And, what spices/flavorings/toppings can you add to make cooked vegetables more fun to eat? Green beans is easy. I love green beans and could eat them plain, but I like to top them with garlic and/or almond slivers to add a little variety. But what can you use with cooked carrots, corn or peas to make them a little more enjoyable without adding a lot of extra calories?
I refuse to eat broccoli, even with cheese. If I were to try it, the ratio of cheese to broccoli would be such that I might as well just eat the cheese sans broccoli. I do like raw cauliflower, but admittedly have never tried it cooked? Does the flavor stay the same?
Yeah, I'm hungry now. Time for lunch...
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