Eggs—I first sauté whatever leftover vegetables I have or fresh if there are no leftovers. Anything goes, broccoli, zucchini, cabbage, and often a large portion of salsa that I cook till they are a bit browned. Then I crack an egg on top, put on the lid and steam until done. Nuts or cheese or pickled veggies can add interest.
For soup add a giant handful of chopped or leftover vegetables before I reheat.
Salad with almost every meal.
Soups are another good way.
Only buy a week’s supply of veggies when you go to the grocery store. That way they will always be fresh and it’s easier to not feel guilty if you don’t eat enough and have to throw most away. Start small. Add your favorite veggie to every meal and then branch out
Can't taste it but has alot of benefits to it!
I have smoothies
And salad and fruits on hand regularly
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