I meant the tomatoes and avocado (I know it’s fruit but it can be vegetable too as the two things aren’t against each other, vegetable isn’t a botanical term), they are raw I suppose. And tiny raw vegs feel more and they are nicer, juicier than a bunch of vegs fried, at least to me. Fried cauliflower? I couldn’t stop until 1000g (in raw weight). Raw cauliflower (raw vegan kitchen influence…)? Barely any but it’s not juicy so let’s say a small cucumber (it’s even low-carb and mostly water, about zero nutrition but I ate my vegs for joy and to satisfy some part of mine as I just didn’t function without vegs for some reason back then).
Of course many vegs are better fried or whatever. I disliked steam ones but many people like them too. And you can eat tiny amounts so it’s fine for you. I always needed a lot of vegs not raw. Except maybe in soups, I kept my veggie soups even on keto while veggie dishes pretty much had to go. I did eat vegs but not like before. My vegetable dishes were way too carby for keto. Except my light thin soups. My SO’s veggie soups were too carby for me.
No weighing? Brave! Avocados may be similar sized but most fruits and vegs aren’t. But if it works for you, fine. We can’t track precisely anyway and we usually don’t know our limits first either… Still, I couldn’t have guessed if I ate 20 or 80g carbs without weighing everything! Now it’s easier as I mostly eat carnivore food.
Oh you do it simple, I am still not as good with it after several years… But it’s way better than it was.