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Before I ask my question, I want to ask: Anyone know where to buy cheap drug test kits in home based stores?.

My main question is: Hi! Just started the program and am very excited. However, I have never been one to eat a lot of salads or vegetables (as the program requires). I know I can drink V8 and other vegetable juices as a replacement, but do any of you have any suggestions on recepies I could try to yummy them up or low cal/low fat veggie replacements for my meals?.

I really want to succed with NS and know that if I make it a habit to skip some of these I will just end up feeling hungry and risk eating things I should not...

Thanks in advance..

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Your question was: Anyone know where to buy cheap drug test kits in home based stores?.

Will definetly try roasting them, that sound delicious!! Thanks...

Just started NS today. As I said, not big on veggies, but I will try experimenting with different ones I have yet to try and different recipes. Buying frozen seems like the way to go too as I am single and produce often rots before I use it all and I don't have time to go to the store often...

Comment #1

Go to Graylady's Recipe Blog for tons of suggestions:.

Link to Graylady's Recipe Collection..

Comment #2

I just jumped in and made myself eat vegetables. I tried new ones, added a little ICBINB spray and some spices and I was hooked. Just something I had to make a conscious decision to do. Kind of like drinking water..

JUST DO IT!!!! Set a good example for your family and those around you...

Comment #3

Is it okay to substitute veggies for the lunch salad? 1 or 2 servings of veggies?.

Thanks!..

Comment #4

I tend to get a little tired of salads all the time, so I make a batch of salsa with tomatoes, chili, green onions, and cilantro then use it as my vegie on top of some lettuce. Sort of a like half a tostada...

Comment #5

My favorite veggie is to take zucchini, slice it with my crinkle cutter, spray on a little lowfat vinaigrette and bake it in the oven. DH doesn't like the ICBINB spray, but that would work, too. You could also do this for eggplant or squash, all of these have a pretty long shelf life..

Since it seems like I am spending most of my dinner prep time cooking veggies, I cook twice as much so I can just microwave the next day...

Comment #6

Although I am new to NS, I Grill veggies all the time. Squah, zucchini and asapragus are great. I have a grill pan and throw them in there. Used to marinade in balsalmic and olive oil then pour right onto the grill. Oh man it is a great way to eat veggies. Will have to cut back on the marinade but I think will still be a great option...

Comment #7

It's just day 2 and so far I just love sauteed spinach with garlic and peppers! Also asparagus!.

Will also try a variety of veggies grilled and roasted together. Not as worried as before: new ideas is the key. Still have yet to eat salads though - still too plain & boring..

Thanks all...

Comment #8

I am just starting the program too, and I agree with the person above - you just have to do it! Use mind over matter and just eat the carrots even though your brain is telling you they are gross... theyre good for you!!!..

Comment #9

Good for you finding new things to eat! Hurray!.

K.....

Comment #10

You can also drink tomato juice or V8 vegetable juice. If you like it a little spicy you can add a dash of hot sauce...

Comment #11

Hello....everyone else has given great ideas and advice!.

Search the recipe section, even the 'old board' section if you have time..I know I posted a LOT of vegetable recipes last year..

Also...you could try to hide 'em....mix the veg with the dinner or lunch; maybe you'd like them if you pureed them - for example, steamed cauliflower becomes 'mashed' and could be used under the saucy dinners or added to the creamy soups......all I can say is I agree with the others...this plan is about a Lifestyle Change, and learning to like vegetables is one of those changes You can Do IT!!..

Comment #12

I like salad, so lunch isn't a problem. For dinner I order the dinners that have gravy and just pour the gravy over my veggies...

Comment #13

Some of the local grocery stores have a small salad bar or premade single salads with a few veggies thrown in. You can get enough for just 2 days and make up something pretty unique with the veggies and salads there. You don't have to worry about a whole head of lettuce going bad by the time you get through it. Keep up the good work!..

Comment #14

I don't eat very many salads at home. The lettuce always goes bad LOL. I will have some steamed veggies in place of the salad..

Have you tried roasting your veggies? I buy a mix of frozen broccoli, cauliflower and carrots. Spray with non stick spray and roast at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes until the veggies just show some color. I will do a large batch of this and reheat for other meals..

Also - puree cooked veggies and add them to dishes. The saucy ones are the best for 'hiding' those pureed veggies. I know it's a trick for kids - but it works for adults like me as well..

Comment #15

Will definetly try roasting them, that sound delicious!! Thanks...

Just started NS today. As I said, not big on veggies, but I will try experimenting with different ones I have yet to try and different recipes. Buying frozen seems like the way to go too as I am single and produce often rots before I use it all and I don't have time to go to the store often...

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