everythings been covered. Sounds like your a bit fussy though.
Cabbages, Brocollis, cauliflower, Snow peas, tomatoes, Lettuces, Capsicums, Cucumbers, Green Beans, Spinach find which ones of these you like and fill up on them. If your not a salady person cook up spinach, cabbage, broccoli and green beans put a bit of soy sauce with them reduced sodium if you have to and feast. BAM
Squash and Zuchini are pretty much the bomb as well. If you havent had them go get yourself some.
p.s Mashed cauliflower is the buisiness. Just like mashed potatoe only far less calories
Please note that if you decide to cook the vegetables do not boil them forever. I would try avoid letting the water boil. Put them in warm water and cover them for 10 minutes or so they will soften to a palatable degree, and then give them a bath in ice water and dry. You will keep a large majority of nutrition this way as opposed to boiling them to the point the vegetable changes to a lighter color.
Ok i have decided the veg i can stomach or that i will eat for summer are peppers (all colours), tomtatos and runnerbeans...
If i`m not mistaken in kevin levrones last video he has it in EVERY meal. are they good?
Currently i`m cooking my peppers by frying them for a bit (maybe 2-3 mins?) and throwing some spices on them. They dont decolourise. Nothing wrong with this method right?
The runner beans... if i boil them + throw a bit of olive oil and some garlic they are delicious... now obviously boiling them isnt good, what is a better way to cook them? (fry?)
Recently i saw someones comment (tim?) about how oats and pasta are nutritionless or something. What about rice cakes?