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#16 Rachel2writer

 
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Posted 21 August 2013 - 05:49 AM

I agree with hiding them - works great to get extra veggies into kids, too. I grate zucchini into tomato sauce and chili, and add tiny chopped vegetables to soups. If they're chopped very small and cooked well, they blend nicely with the rest of the recipe.


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Posted 22 August 2013 - 07:49 PM

The ranch dressing hides the taste. 

Hahahaaaaa Bartfull! I can only think "vile weed!"


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Posted 23 August 2013 - 05:48 AM

I hated vegetables too.  I realized that it was because of how they were prepared.  Growing up we had mainly canned or frozen veggies boiled or warmed.  Learning to cook vegetables well made a huge difference.  I really enjoy veggies now.  Stir fried and oven roasted is much better.  Fresh veggies are much better.  Adding fresh spices to them and trying different combinations is also really helpful.  You just need to experiment and have fun with it and I bet that you will be able to start to enjoy them.


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Posted 23 August 2013 - 07:43 AM

I do take the vitamine D that looks like green footballs, but they are the ones that my doctor prescribed.  What is the difference between the 2 and is it a prescription like the ones I have now?

the little green footballs are D2, vegetable source, not animal...need D3, much easier for body to assimilate.

notme...try the dry D... good luck!http://www.ebay.com/...0-/260939650185

don't know about soy....


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Posted 23 August 2013 - 08:38 AM

Hahahaaaaa Bartfull! I can only think "vile weed!"

LOLZ!   :lol:

 

the little green footballs are D2, vegetable source, not animal...need D3, much easier for body to assimilate.

notme...try the dry D... good luck!

i did - i couldn't find the drops so i cancelled my 'script of D2 and got some D3 but it was in soybean oil, too.  soy doesn't like me :(  and i would have to take, like, 4 or more of them per day - over my soy limit <that i usually save for hershey bars lolz)  so i called and got my D2 back - less soy b/c i only take it 1x per wk.  the doc said either way was fine, but i wanted to try D3 - i'm going to have a look around for drops.  i just hate ordering things over the interwebs.  rats.  i'm still game, though :)  and my D level was at 54 (from 24) so it must be working anyway :)  


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