I like cabbage, too. Especially stir-fried.
The only vegetables I don't like are beets, peppers... that's really all I can think of, right off-hand. Olives. Avocado. I don't like those. And I don't like raw onions, but I like them cooked. I tend to prefer most of my vegetables at least lightly cooked, steamed or stir-fried, rather than raw. Although I'm sure raw would be best, nutritionally speaking. I like salad, but I don't like any sort of dressing, and plain dry salad is a bit of a bore. Still, I eat it occasionally.
Yeah, I'm the same way. I only like frijoles. Refried beans.I never liked beans, the taste is not that bad but I don't like the way it feels in the mount and teeth.
It's basically the texture of mashed potatoes. Much better texture.
I just mix that up with some rice, wrap it in a corn tortilla. It's good.
But I know what you mean about the texture of beans. I don't eat whole beans, for that very reason, and I don't think I'd like lentils for that reason, except that they're small enough that I can swallow them whole, without chewing.
Peas, I don't like whole peas, but I like dried split peas. I like pea soup. I have a good vegan pea soup recipe; it's got barley and potatoes and carrots and onions in it, too. Rosemary and bay leaves. Very tasty. I make it about once a week.
Oh, yes. I love good bread. I have never been afraid of carbs. Love em.I eat lots of breads also in addition to the things I mentioned before. Do you not just love good bread?