I hate vegetables. I tried searching for ideas and knowing how bad the search function still is on the Huddler platform I didn't find anything (but maybe I missed something). Here is my question, how can you make vegetables palatable to someone that can't stand them?
Alton Brown had a few episodes of Good Eats where he highlighted how often children hate vegetables because they're not prepared well, but even then I find myself not particularly caring to eat vegetables. In my case it is probably significantly mental, I hated them growing up and never being forced to eat them I didn't. Now in my early 20's and trying to eat better I still find them repugnant, to the point that when I try to eat salad I have to repress a gag reflex the entire time. I don't have problem's with the starchier vegetables a la potatoes and corn, but the green vegetables I can't stand.
The thing is, I have no problem with a vegetable soup. However living in Costa Rica where even with my AC running it was 87 degrees inside during the afternoon is not particularly vegetable soup weather. I was wondering if anyone had some thoughts on how to disguise vegetables so they don't taste (or more than taste feel like) vegetables to hopefully get to the point where I can eat them.