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29 Ways To Eat Vegetables That Are Actually Delicious

Eat yer veggies, no salads necessary.

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9. Paleo California Rolls

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Even if you don't eat Paleo, you'll still enjoy this awesome Paleo sushi recipe (it's riceless and soy-free, if you can believe it). Get the recipe here, via The Clothes Make The Girl.

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15. Pan-Seared Brussels Sprouts With Cranberries and Pecans

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There's so much goodness going on here — Brussels sprouts are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and folate, among other essentials. Cranberries are packed with antioxidants, walnuts come with protein and fiber, and that gorgonzola cheese is just delicious. Get the recipe here, via RachelSchultz.com.

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21. Roasted Tomato Basil Oatmeal

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Vegetables for breakfast? Yes indeed! This savory oatmeal comes with tomatoes (OK, technically a fruit, but you get the idea). You can amp up the veggies by tossing in spinach or kale or mushrooms or other goodies, as well. Get this recipe here, via Girl Makes Food.

23. Teriyaki Salmon Bowls With Snap Peas and Sriracha

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Beyond the snap peas, you can also toss in other veggies, like sliced carrots and strips of red bell pepper. Play around with it, see what you like. Get the recipe here, via Alaska From Scratch.

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27. Sweet Potato-Crusted Spinach Quiche

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This quiche already comes with spinach (great source of vitamin A and vitamin K, among many, many other good things). The sweet potato crust takes the nutrition up a notch. Get the recipe here, via Fourteen Forty 365.

28. Creamy Spinach and Pear Soup With Pancetta

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Cashews in this soup add to the creaminess, blogger Lindsay from Love and Olive Oil says. The pears add sweetness, and the spinach delivers some essential nutrients and minerals. And the final creation can help keep you warm. Get the recipe here, via Love and Olive Oil.