I recently started a high protein diet with my co-workers which requires me to eat three servings of vegetables per day, the only problem being that I dont like vegetables (more so the texture than the taste). I thought about using baby food somehow, but I am not much of a cook so that is as far as I got. How can I sneak some vegetables into my food with it still being high in protein and low in sodium? HELP! I don't want to starve.
Don't worry, you won't starve!! In fact, you'll be getting more nutrition than ever before, and you can still eat all of your favorite foods. Start by perusing the Free Recipe pages of my website where you'll find scores of great recipes for dishes you probably already have a taste for. Then you can check our hundreds of more recipes in my books, especially the Mens' Book, which is full of dishes more for the adult palate. But no matter which of my recipes you choose, you won't be able to detect any veggies in them, so texture definitely will not be an issue. And you don't need to be much of a cook either--my recipes are kept intentionally simple. You'll be successful on the very first try. I receive hundreds of letters attesting to that very fact.
Good luck with your co-workers!
Warmest wishes for a happy and healthy New Year,