Not to be picky, but avocadoes are fruits, not vegetables. Broccoli isn't very digestible in raw form -- it's healthier cooked unless you're breaking down the tough fibers by juicing or culturing. This is generally true with vegetables in the cabbage family in general, such as kale and collards. I know, raw broccoli used to be a fad and now raw kale is, but fads aren't facts. Raw kale is very hard to digest. Also, the carotenoids in vegetables are much higher in cooked vegetables. Spinach, on the other hand, can be inflammatory when cooked and is best eaten raw if that's your choice of vegetable. Look, there's a ton of vegetables out there, and all are good if you know how to properly prepare them. If you don't like them plain, learn to cook them other ways. There are thousands of vegetarian cookbooks out there. If you buy organically grown, they will be sweeter and tastier because they use older seeds that were hybridized for taste, whereas most conventional produce uses seeds that are hybridized for profit maximization at the farm and store, not for taste. Try them all and see what you like. I know for me, things I hated when young I love now, partly because I eat only organically grown, but also because our tastes change as we age. Different vegetables have different nutrient profiles, so a mix is better than just eating the same one over and over, but the green leafy ones are the most nutrient dense, as they're both high in antioxidants and minerals. Happy eating.
Do you do anything different with avocado? I eat it sometimes but I get bored with it. I love sweet potatoes. Sometimes I eat it with butter and cinnamon and other times I slice it up after I bake it and eat it like fries.