Jess in Northville writes:
I grew up on farm and my family has always eaten really good, fresh, locally grown food. Now that I'm an adult, I appreciate and actually rely on fresh fruits and vegetables.   It bothers me, perhaps a little more than it should, that my boyfriend Scott won't eat vegetables, like ever!  He's 31 but trying to get him to even try a carrot is like dealing with a stubborn 7-year-old.   It drives me crazy.  No lettuce, no tomatoes, heavens forbid I roast a potato - he's gotta have French fries.  We've only been dating 8 months but I'm already fed up with his veggie hate.  Guys what do I do?
It's not uncommon for a grown man to eat like a kid, but it's really be bothering Jess that her boyfriend won't eat a vegetable. Love Cowboy tries to help.
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