10 Most Hated Foods
And why you should be eating them right now
9. COTTAGE CHEESE
Curdled milk chunks? Well, when one puts it like that, it's obvious why children aren't clamoring for this filling snack. Men don't usually like this dairy delight as much as women, but we should.
High in protein and low in carbohydrates, cottage cheese is a breakfast that will stay with you. Most of its protein is casein, a slow digesting form that reduces hunger for longer periods of time. It's also high in calcium, which is important not only for bones but maintaining normal blood pressure.
Learn to like it
If eating cottage cheese with sliced fruit doesn't intrigue you, try adding hot sauce and salt. It's great sweet or savory. If you're already a fan of guacamole, add a few spoons of cottage cheese to your mix. It will make it heartier and prevent it from turning brown.
If the eggplant were a superhero, it would be Batman. It's dark, mysterious, and although it doesn't have superpowers — it's bold and rich on different levels. Children can't get past its spongy texture, but adults should champion its ability to adapt differently to each dish.
It has much of the same laundry list of nutrients these other vegetables have offered including fiber, folate, niacin, etc. On top of that, eggplants are a great source of antioxidant called phytonutrients including the potent antioxidant called nasunin, which prevents the damage of cell membranes.
Learn to like it
Eggplant's porous flesh soaks in whatever flavors surround it and adds its own, making complex tastes: Eggplant Parmesan, ratatouille, Arabian moussaka, and many Indian dishes. It's a vegetarian's favorite because it's a great substitute for meat-based dishes. It can even be grilled like a burger. Each dish is completely different so keep trying.