I finally tried some of those veggies that you steam in the microwave right in their bag, and they are sooo good. I had the corn, asparagus, and carrot variety. I generally despise cooked carrots or aspargus, but they were sweet and crispy. They didn't even need anything like butter or cheese to cover up the presence of vegetable taste! LOL I had them with some frozen general tso's chicken and sticky rice and pineapple.
I think I could literally eat the whole bag in one sitting. If you have an aversion to veggies, you might want to try them.
Not sure if you are talking about the kind that TJ sells. but I love the butternut squash ones.
I hate/d vegeatbles before WW. I HAD to eat them for my health. So I found the WW Garden soup and gave it ago. Now I love that. I also will buy Marie Calander's soup on way home from mall or work when I can.
Also I crock pot the soup.
But I love my yams and do count them as both starch and veggie.
I love brussel spouts and I am not too keen on broccloi.
Btu I found if I make my honey mustard sauce I love broccoli.
I have found marinating artichokes that this is a good finger food veggie.
I have added it to cream cheese for a dip too!
These are just the plain old Birds Eye veggies sold in most regular stores.
I'll have to try the ones from TJ's next time I go. I'm out in the boonies and to get to TJ's I have to go to either Dayton or Columbus (both an hour away), so it's not very easy to get frozen stuff.
Oh the ones I am speaking of are fresh, not frozen at TJ's. I think they have both. But I really like the microwaveable fressh cut/sliced/diced, washed and prepared ones that are fresh.
Thanks for your info