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  1. Sorry if this is a repeated topic. I'm trying to clean up my diet, I'm starting to try and cut carbs and sugar, drinking more water, etc, but so far my biggest hurdle has been getting more vegetables in. I'm okay with salads with lettuce, spinach, etc. and some raw vegetables such as cucumber, carrots, broccoli, and I'm even becoming accustomed to tomatoes even though I didn't like them very much before. But if I eat roasted or cooked vegetables I can't get over the bitter taste and I feel like I'm going to puke after a few bites. I'd be okay with eating more raw vegetables but I keep getting bored with what I'm eating. What can I do? Is there a way to "change" my tastebuds or get more accustomed to bitter tastes?
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