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I am bad at eating veggies.
I have developed a habit of cooking myself a quick noodle soup from instant broth for supper.
So far I've tried adding carrots and/or broccoli as far as veggies are concerned. I like it when the stuff is not too soft/soggy?
Do you have suggestions for what else I could try?

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@Anke peas? Have found frozen peas an easy and useful addition for low spell slots veg. Plus the texture is nice

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@Anke if you want to put in the work and you like rice (or things like it) my mom used to make this Cauliflower Rice, like imitation rice made of Cauliflower, it was really good

as for diets and stuff I recommend a Kito Diet if you're looking for a diet, it replaces a lot of the junk people normally eat with workarounds using more healthy stuff, also it allows bacon so there's that.

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@anke sugar snap peas are good in noodle soups (as are reg peas but with snap peas you can also eat the shells which is fun)

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@Anke Celery is always an option for soups, and a basket steamer can cook fresh veggies without softening them up provided you don't overcook them

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@Anke
I'd suggest pak choi. Goes very well in broth with noodles (imho).

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@anke
Peas, shell or snap? Green or wax beans? Some of the sturdier leafy vegetables like kale or cabbage? (I like spinach in soup, but that's probably too soft here?) Parsnips, beets, turnips, or sweet potato? (Cut small, might want additional cooking time.) Asparagus? Fennel? Cauliflower? Celery? Peppers?

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