by Sean Croxton
I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again…
I do not like vegetables.
Never have, maybe never will. But there’s always hope.
When I was a kid I would chew my vegetables and slyly spit them into a napkin when Mom wasn’t looking.
And these days, if I’m not soaking my veggies in a half stick of butter, I’m blending them in the Vitamix or juicing them in my Jay Kordich.
Hey, if you can’t eat em, drink em. Whatever works, right?
I’m sure I’m not the only one with vegetable aversion syndrome. I think my biggest problem is that I’m just lazy about my veggies. While I persevere on what seems to be a never-ending quest to cook the perfect steak, I seldom give a second thought to how I prepare my produce.
That has to change.
And I think I may have found the solution.