Once you’ve integrated vegetables into your diet, you’re healthy, right? Not necessarily. Just because you eat vegetables regularly doesn’t mean that you’re benefiting from all the nutrients that they have to offer. There is a possibility that you’ve been cooking your vegetables wrong and absorbing little or none of their vitamins and fiber. A lot of it has to do with nutritional value, but the way you’re cooking your vegetables can also impact their flavor — and not in a good way. We’re here to tell you the mistakes that you’ve been making with your vegetables — and how to fix them.