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May 23, 2013


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I started reading your blog about the time you started the original vegetable project. Wow.

Frozen peas are a treat around here, enough that if I'm putting frozen peas in a soup or something I'll reserve some to serve (frozen) on the table.

We love the frozen peas at our house too. MY BIL once implied that I wasn't trying very hard, but my kids prefer them frozen!

How do fruits fit in to the veggie project? Are they out because of too much sugar?

Thanks, Jamie.

I could see myself doing the two at lunch and two at dinner, but I was at a loss as to how to do breakfast. Pumpkin smoothie. I might have to try that sometime. Do you use canned pumpkin?

My kids all love frozen peas too.

I am on again off again with baby carrots.

Very interesting. I'm going to have to think about this....

Kate, I don't pay much attention to the sugar in fruit, though I never drink juice. I probably eat a couple of servings of fruit each day. Maybe I'll pay attention over the weekend and report back.

Melanie, I do use canned pumpkin. You can also try V8 for breakfast if you like it (I think Bearing-Erin uses that trick) or make a speedy frittata with frozen spinach or peas. Let me know how it works for you!

Yes, tomato juice with breakfast! So easy and it totally counts as a vegetable. Also, veggie-ful omelettes, Spanish style (the kind where you cook minced vegetables, then beat them into the egg, then fry the mixture into a sort of egg-vegetable pancake.) Green peppers and mushroom is my favorite combo.

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