You've probably eaten a watery salad or mushy boiled vegetables at some point in your life. We all know that we're supposed to eat our veggies, but getting enough can be difficult when vegetables are usually unpalatable.
Hi! I'm Elaine Lin, a sophomore majoring in computer science and Food & Agriculture Club exec member. Earlier this semester, I taught a vegetable cooking class in the East Campus Talbot lounge to teach MIT students how to make vegetables actually taste good. You don't need a ton of fancy equipment or spices. Once you learn the basic techniques, you can cook anything!