I used to HATE most veggies. Just looking at a red pepper or onion would physically make me gag.
Now I’m a whole foods plant based vegan who doesn’t go a single day without savouring a rainbow of coloured veggies.
I grew up.
Seriously. That’s basically all that happened. I realized I was being a childish brat and I decided to grow up my eating habits.
No, you don’t have to only eat spinach for the rest of your life but yes, if you want to finally “adult” like a grown ass person, you do need to start eating vegetables. Every single day.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret though: you don’t have to like them to eat them.
You can hide them.
I’ll be honest, I LOVE MY VEGGIES. I do. I really do in a big huge foodie way.
But I totally remember what it is like to hate them. Despise them. Want to cry and crawl under a rock instead of eating them. I get it.
So I’m going to give you 5 of my favourite tips to help you hide them so that you can eat them without even noticing.
Hide Your Veggies
- Puree everything
- Keep like colors together
- Start small
- Start with sweet veggies
- Use root veggies to thicken things
Those are the bare basics. I can elaborate for you, if you’d like. I can talk about this stuff till I’m blue in the face but the reality of the situation is this: I’m kind of tired of talking to people who are just going to smile and nod and metaphorically pat me on the head and then never go and do anything about it.
So if you’re serious about taking steps towards adding veggies to your life, and you’d like an in depth “How To Hide Your Veggies” plan that elaborates verbosely and with many examples on the points above, here’s what you have to do.
Follow this link: https://www.paypal.me/moniquednelson/2usd
Pay me $2 USD. In the extra instructions box type the words “Hide Your Veggies.”
If one single person takes action on this call, I will write the guide and have it to you no later than April 11, 2017.
If ever a $2 investment could change your life, it is now. I hope you’ll take action. I’d really like to hear your “come to veggies” story.