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I got my little guy eating some carrot out of my hand today, took a little patience and waving it by his face to get his attention but he nibbled away at it. He hasn't touched much greens yet, and is also about 2 months old.
Yeah, it takes time. Make it available ... one day he will surprise you and eat some. I found that both of mine favored yellow squash. Always ate that before anything else. Another trick, put a couple worms (wax worms - not really healthy, but ok in small quantities as a treat) in the bowl with the salad (cut everything up real small). They sometimes get some of the greens with the worms and realize they aren't bad!
I agree with the above comments, but I also wanted to throw in the suggestion of turnip greens! My girl was very meh about all of the greens I tried until I gave her turnip greens. She eats everything I give her now! Endives were also pretty successful before I tried turnip greens.