I've been on a hardcore vegetable kick lately. Unsurprisingly, I've also been feeling really supreme.
I wanted to eat a wider range of vegetables instead of just the standard broccoli, green beans, or peppers that covered the bases, this is what I came up with.
In the YouTube video above I detail exactly what I've been doing, what vegetables I'm buying, how I'm prepping them, and then take you through how I created my own custom food inside Cronometer, and how I'm accurately tracking and measuring not only the macros but all the micros in glorious Cronometer detail. (My custom food still provides the full nutrient reporting depth of the NCCDB data source by creating the custom food from 100% NCCDB sources.)
BONUS TIP! Undercook these in your stir-fry/steam setup. Broccoli should still be pretty firm. The reason for this is vegetables can easily get soft and mushy (especially after a day or so in the fridge) then you're not going to want to eat them. We don't want that. By undercooking them slightly for the first time they will stay more crisp longer and won't turn into a gross soup.
I am not about that mushy vegetable life. I highly doubt you are either.
Now...go eat more fucking vegetables.
P.S. If you already have a Cronometer Gold subscription, hit me up and I'll share my custom recipe from this video with you.