Okay, not really.
But, wouldn't it be great if one of the sustain-a-bloggers wrote up some posts like that?
DH and I will happily eat almost anything. The Boy? Not so much. There was that one time I convinced him kale chips were actually chips (I'm not entirely certain how he knows what chips are in the first place, but...). And last week he put a tiny bit of carrot in his mouth and promptly spit it out. I called that a major victory, second only to the time I convinced him that carrot muffins were actually cake.
Other than that, he seems to be subsisting on a diet solely made up of toast, rhubarb jam, cheese, butter noodles, applesauce, and pancakes. This presents a problem as my refrigerator seems to only contain root vegetables and cabbage this time of year.
Everyone in the blogosphere seems to be making homemade noodles right now....can I make noodles out of turnips? Anyone have a beet pancake recipe? A way to cleverly disguise cabbage as applesauce? ("It's cabbagesauce, sweetie. It's yummy!")