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This is something I've been wondering from the first time I read it.
When your taste buds change, and raw foods taste better, is it only the foods you've been eating that taste better?
I hope I don't finish my challenge to find that instead of liking only two veggies, I come to like only four.
Along with overall good health, I've been looking forward to a much larger variety of food instead of the same SAD food every day.
05-30-2009, 12:19 PM
I think all vegetables start tasting better and your desire to try new things emerges. I've always been a big vegetable eater, but never as much into as many greens as I'm eating now.
My husband (meat & potatoes guy), who never ate vegetables ever, except for canned peas and corn has come to love and crave things like green salads and broccoli. He's even starting to crave the green smoothies and considering becoming vegan! What?!!! I'm amazed because he used to always turn his nose up at these things. He'll also try anything I put in front of him now, where before he wouldn't even consider it.
In the book "Green For Life," the author talks about this process and I'm now experiencing it.
There are still things I don't care for, like bitter greens, but maybe, eventually I'll start to like those as well.
Don't think about it and just allow it to come naturally. I believe it will happen for you.
05-30-2009, 08:04 PM
Never met a Veggie I didn't like. Just try small portions and they will grow on you or put them aside and try later.
05-30-2009, 08:12 PM
I not only love the taste of all veggies and fruits, I also like the taste of not so tasty stuff...such as bitter greens. Yummmmy
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