I am able to eat many foods on this list, which is a feat in itself! And, can consume extra because they go in so many foods.
For example, greens. I don't rely on having a side of greens, which is good, too, made with olive oil, salt, garlic, and lemon juice especially, but put it into many things.
For example, after de-ribbing, chiffonading, and cross-cutting, I add them to Asian dishes, fried rice, sausage-pasta-greens-onion one-skillet meal, in soups, and even with cooked onions in scrambled eggs, so it's an easy way to get a lot of vitamins/minerals for me, since they are a super-food.
I use carrots in my soups, chicken pot pie, make candied carrots, and am planning a carrot cake. Every little bit counts! Actually, I saw a delicious looking chocolate carrot cake. I like regular carrot cake, but am not above eating a chocolate one! You can still put cream cheese frosting on it. In fact, it would look great...the black cake with the white frosting. :-) Actually, I make it in a muffin/cupcake tin these days, since my oven is so weird and low profile.
Broccoli is my go-to for a lot of things anyway. I'll eat it as a vegetable side, but I also put it in Asian noodle-dish, something like a chicken pot pie, beef and broccoli, gingered chicken and broccoli, etc.
I get by with more egg yolks because I use just the yolks in puddings (I know.), bake with eggs...the same as most people, and put them in things like fried rice.
While I love raspberry everything, the problem is that raspberries are expensive. I would buy them to cook with all the time, were it not for that factor.
I do use sweet corn in soups and stews, chicken pot pie, and a meat and corn dish, etc.
Anyway, it was nice to see some of my usual foods on the list!
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