I'm not a fan of vegetables. Never have been. We didn't eat a lot of vegetables in my house growing up; we ate baby carrots, frozen corn (which I hear is a grain, not a vegetable), frozen peas, canned green beans, and an occasional salad...but that's about it.
It's one of my life goals to learn how to prepare delicious vegetables--to teach myself (and my future kids) to like veggies.
Luckily for me, another English teacher at my school, Kristen, is incredibly devoted to health and fitness. She is amazing! She is a teeny tiny little thing, but she is also super buff and can lift some serious weights.
I often ask her questions about nutrition, and I recently asked her to start a weekly post on her health/fitness blog of easy, "non-scary" vegetable recipes. She agreed!
I think she will be posting an easy veggie recipe every week in my honor (she actually titled the series "Rachel's Recipes"), and I've promised her that I will try them all. If you'd like to join me in the quest to eat more veggies, check out Kristen's blog here.
In the mean time, do you have any easy, delicious, nutritious vegetable recipes that you are willing to share with me? If so, post the recipe in the comments or email me. I promise I'll give each recipe a try.