Cilantro is the best!
Peas and beets are gross.
Anything else on the other lists, I would probably eat. Even brussel sprouts.
Whats the hardest part of a vegetable to eat?
I don't like big tomatoes. I like the little ones in Greek salad. If a tomato is all chopped up it's cool, but I can't take a big bite out of one.
If a person is in a vegetative state, they have no motor skills. Not even enough to operate a wheel chair. Joke denied...
this is my go-to kale recipe.
Massaged Kale Salad Recipe : Aarti Sequeira : Recipes : Food Network
I've played with lots of variations. Different types of Vinegar/Acids, fruits (pineapple works greeeeeat), avocado and other types of nuts.
Brilliant concept that makes eating raw kale super tasty, and less chewy
Wow, thank you!!
Tried it last night and it's absolutely delish. Very surprised how the acid massage transformed the usual mustardy/sulphur kale aroma into tart deliciousness. Reminds me of Trini "chow" (unripe fruit mixed with salt, pepper etc.).
Used peaches and pecans, worked great. Leftovers today are even more tasty. My aunt, cousin & his wife tried some, none are kale lovers and they all wanted the recipe.
Going to a bbq this weekend so I know what I'll be taking.