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    having recently bought some red beans (adzuki/azuki beans), I went looking for some new recipes. I think I'll try this one this week:

    http://www.food.com/recipe/quinoa-wi...i-beans-281322 (but using regular white mushrooms instead, since I'm cheap)

    I'm also very intrigued by this recipe and will try to remember it for later:

    http://www.food.com/recipe/mango-and...an-stew-379330

    Since I recently discovered that blackbeans+sweet potato = delicious burrito base, I have high hopes for that mango stew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Doesn't matter. I've eaten them every which way possible.

    Did that with kale the other week. BLECH

    They said that to me too. They lied!
    How about stir fried veggies with your fav meat and fav sauce? You could give your taste buds a chance to acquire the taste that way, yeah? I LOVE stir fries, especially with fresh ginger, garlic, and teriyaki sauce. I like them now with more fresh ginger and less teriyaki sauce than I did before. A bit of sea salt helps, too.

    Also, do you like cheese sauce? I think it was the cheese sauce that helped me develop a taste for broccoli back when I was a kid or a teenager, I forget how old I was.

    And cooked carrots with melted butter and a bit of salt are yummy, too.

    All good veggies for veg beginners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redcheerio View Post
    How about stir fried veggies with your fav meat and fav sauce? You could give your taste buds a chance to acquire the taste that way, yeah? I LOVE stir fries, especially with fresh ginger, garlic, and teriyaki sauce. I like them now with more fresh ginger and less teriyaki sauce than I did before. A bit of sea salt helps, too.

    Also, do you like cheese sauce? I think it was the cheese sauce that helped me develop a taste for broccoli back when I was a kid or a teenager, I forget how old I was.

    And cooked carrots with melted butter and a bit of salt are yummy, too.

    All good veggies for veg beginners.
    I can eat stir fry, but I often put meat in it to mask the veggie taste.

    Cheese masks it too.


    I eat veggies, I just don't like them.

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    Haha you are too funny @MacGuffin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    I can eat stir fry, but I often put meat in it to mask the veggie taste.

    Cheese masks it too.

    I eat veggies, I just don't like them.
    Yes, those flavors mask the veggie taste until you develop a taste for the veggies themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redcheerio View Post
    Yes, those flavors mask the veggie taste until you develop a taste for the veggies themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    I've given it 35+ years!
    Hmmm... are you using fresh veggies? Have you tried organic fresh veggies from the farmers' market?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redcheerio View Post
    Hmmm... are you using fresh veggies? Have you tried organic fresh veggies from the farmers' market?
    Of course. I also live within walking distance of Whole Foods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    having recently bought some red beans (adzuki/azuki beans), I went looking for some new recipes. I think I'll try this one this week:

    http://www.food.com/recipe/quinoa-wi...i-beans-281322 (but using regular white mushrooms instead, since I'm cheap)
    that looks delicious!

    I think I'll try it tonight with the small red beans I have (not sure what azuki beans are or if they have them in my area) and pick up some cheap mushrooms.
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