I feel the same...I've "wanted" to go back to cooked a few times but I can't stomach the stuff like I used to be able to...it doesn't have quite the appeal I remember...but it's still good...mind you before I went raw I was a health freak vegan, so really not that drastic a transition. I have a feeling that I may settle into 70-80% raw just for practical reasons....because let's face it, there really is nothing wrong with something like stirfry vegetables once in a while, especially since there's just no raw equivalent : )
Anyways, I will see where time takes my diet. I have learned that there are many factors to a problem...not just toxicity/energy/etc. There are many theories, and each covers only one of the bases.
My plan is to little by little add onto what I am doing to heal myself. Right now I'm glad to say I've been sticking with regular exercise an hour a day (instead of 20-30 minutes), and that helps. I am eternally grateful to have someone to exercise with so that I can keep motivated.
I broke and bought some spring mix tonight. I suppose health is very important to me...and maybe that means that I need to do what I can to buy things like greens that I find palatable. So...I did. At least a small amount : ) I am always moving, otherwise I'd try growing my own.
Best of luck to you in healing as well!
I wouldn't force something down that you hate, but eat those you like. As you said, you like the spring mix, then eat that. If you like celery with some almond butter or guacamole eat that.
It's a process. Tons of us have not liked certain fruits or vegetables. I wouldn't touch a fresh tomato with a 10 foot pole, now I like them, although can't eat them plain, I'll enjoy them in a salad or in a raw recipe, like salsa or pasta sauce.
I used to also really dislike mangoes. I LOVE mangoes now. They are so delicous.
So it's just baby steps to get to where you want to go. A little at a time.
I used to eat everything and anything. Now I won't. Of course the things I've started not liking are all healthy things...go figure. Blah. I used to like celery...now I hate it. I have always liked tomatoes...good ones from the garden but you won't find any of those this time of year....etc, etc.