Just like the subject says, what is your go-to vegetable? I must say, I eat fruit with every meal...lots of it. But, I've made baby carrot, Brussels sprouts and broccoli the staple vegetables.
What about you?
Probiotic sauerkraut. I buy it from the farmer's market by the pound, and every time I feel lazy to cook veggies aside my meat, I just snatch some of it and eat it. Very good for health and gut issues since it's fermented with various yeasts.
For me, it's kale, or spinach. Lately I've braised some kale and mixed in some minced garlic, red onions, or mushrooms.
If you want to mix in some fruit too, a favorite dish of mine is to saute red onions and tart apples, with a little bit of pesto if desired. Tasty, and very good for you. This also works well with the aforementioned kale.
Cheers and good eating.
I whack a lot of veggies into chunks and roast them. I try to keep things interesting by using vinegars (sherry, balsamic, fruit) and different herbs with my fats. Leftovers go beautifully in the next morning's eggs.
Lately it's spinach and mushrooms for breakfast, romaine leaves for lunches (as wraps or a salad), and carrots, beets or squash with swiss chard for dinner. It used to be kale until I figured out it's too gassy for me.
I have no go-to vegetable side. Maybe sauteed spinach… I eat such a wide variety, more often what is in season than what I'm craving. I'm eating a lot of cabbage, winter squash and root veg right now though.
I do kale, garlic, mushrooms and onions in a quick sautee before adding beef to brown, and then fill in the corners with homemade bone broth for a quick/easy soup or stew. Been living on this stuff all winter.
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