So guess what I put in my two big pots of veggies: beets, eggplant, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, onions, mushrooms, and garlic. And I threw in some herbs du provence, and some fines herbs and some cinnamon. Note that red bell pepper is really high on the list but Dr. Gregor says it loses too many nutrients when cooked. So I added that to my salad. I love red bell peppers! Here are the veggies are ready to cook up in 2 large pressure cookers:
Here they are after cooking and cooling and dished out into bowls to freeze for the week:
I still tend to overcook veggies in my pressure cookers, so they are soft but they taste delicious. I am not sure there is a cooked veggie I don't like. I doubt you even need the seasonings. Speaking of those, Dr. Gregor talks about spices with huge health benefits but I can't remember it all. I seem to recall cinnamon and cloves and marjoram? oregano is pretty good too. It's in one of the recent videos.
Another cooked veggie I plan to eat this week is baked sweet potatoes. My absolute favorite are the oriental yams. They have purple skin and yellow flesh. They are so sweet I wonder if they are even healthy.