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Marlene Bertrand says
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Novel Treasure says
I used to feel the same way. Turnips need to be balanced w/ other veggies .I 'd suggest grating them along w/ carrots in a 50/50 mix and saute them w. butter, salt and pepper. Another is roasting them w/ other winter veggies, olive oil, & thyme.
As CatOnSoapbox says, try to mix it with other vegetables. I tried turnips only as an adult because my parents hated it because it was the only thing they could eat during the second world war. I use one turnip, chicken, leeks, carrots, celery, etc.
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Jaye Denman says
Prepared right, beets are delicious. Don't give up in this amazing veg!
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Try Italian Eggplant Parmigiana where it is breaded, fried, and baked in seasoned tomato sauce w. mozzarella cheese. What a difference!
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I understand what you say because for the longest time I didn't eat any beets either until I start to eat it with lemon juice. It's quite good :-)
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Hui (蕙) says
I have seen snow peas in stir fries. Are referring to those? Or to green peas?
My youngest loved green peas, which, as a young kid, she called "green roly-polys." LOL
I struggled w/ my daughter at first but got her to eat them as frozen snacks. In no time, she was eating them cooked!. Most kids like to grow and eat fresh sugar snap peas. My mom got me interested by putting me on the task of shelling fresh peas.
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