i have been eating vegetable for one week and wanted to know what do you frequently cook?

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That already sounds great! I recommend to learn to cook soups


I roast most of my vegetables! Toss them in a little olive oil, salt, pepper, and whatever other seasonings you’d like, and bake them in the oven at 400F until they’re done (time will be different depending on the vegetable). My favorites are zucchini, squash, broccoli, green beans, carrots, peppers, and onions. Also kale chips! I also like zucchini noodles and cauliflower rice. You don’t have to fully sub them in for regular noodles and rice – I usually do half and half of the regular and the veggie versions.


I make basmati rice, black beans, and pico de Gallo in bulk all the time. Ive started to branch out into grilled chili corn and basically have the prep work done to make bootleg chipotle bowls for my lunch/dinner.


I eat a ton of brussel sprouts. Throw em in a cast iron and grill or sauteed them. Add a splash of mustard or balsamic at the very end. Or add dried cranberries.


Someone else mentioned it in passing but squash! Try all the kinds, they all taste different. Roasting is my favorite way to eat them and soups are amazing and store perfectly in the freezer. You can also turn them into easy chips with a mandolin to save on calories. Slice, but if oil, and bake. They even keep well after making them to have on hand as a snack. To be honest, root vegetables in general are severely underrated. Parsnips are my favorite food now! Irish parsnip soup, it’s amazing. And onions! If anything isn’t tasting like enough add some onions to really kick it up. I’ll make big batches of caramelized onions (takes time but so worth it) and freeze them in ice cube trays to quickly add to things. Low on calories high in taste.