Vegetables

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    Are the best!

    Which are your favorite kind to eat?

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    Steamed asparagus, artichocks, brussel sprouts, green beans......

    I am not as much as a salad lady as I should be. Plus, salad offers fewer opportunities to use melted butter.

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    I hear these veggies are good grilled, too. I have not tried that...I am barely able to boil water.
     
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    Cooked califlower makes me gag. Raw, it's fine.

    Yuck just thinking about it.

    Not a fan of ocra, either. It's like snot on a plate.

    Otherwise, I like them all.
     
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    Broccoli, tomatoes, and carrots are my tops, though I like them all. Well not brussel sprouts or cabbage. ;)

    Very fall like day here, I've got vegetable, chicken, and split pea soups all bubbling away. If I had more freezing containers and space, I'd have made a stew or chili too.

    I find it easier to do 2-4 recipes like these, chop all the veggies and get them to work.
     
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    Ocra does taste and look wretched. I think you have to born in Dixie to eat it. Same with collard greens.

     
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    Asparagus, with lots of real butter........

    Sauteed Spinach..................

    Homegrown Indiana tomatotes..................

    Salad with dry blue cheese and a vingerette dressing.....................

    Corn on the Cob.........................



    I could just live on these^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ :eusa_drool::eusa_drool:
     
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    I like them all. :)



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    I like most veg, except brussel sprouts and ocra.... happily, they don't have ocra in the UK.... at least not that I have seen. YAY!
     
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    All this hating on Brussel sprouts!

    I forgot, I am no fan of lima beans. Ewwwwe.
     
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    From what I hear, they have no veggies at all. Poor EZ would starve!
     

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