Jockbod48 saidYou could chop it all up and include it with an equal amount of carrots and other vegetables in a nourishing soup, with a base of V8 juice. A big bowl of this once a day is healthy, filling and you're getting a whole lot of vegetables.
P.S.: For years I had a Costco membership / paying the annual fee and putting up with the crowds in the store and parking lot. Warehouse shopping......not so much fun. I thought I had to put up with all this because I was saving a boatload of money. Right. One day I stopped into a normal grocery store and found out the prices were not all that different.......not different enough to make up for the annual fee and all the crowds / pushing and shoving / long lines / and especially the line going out the door - where the clerks want to paw through your stuff and ask you how many of an item you bought, while examining your receipt. So - no more bull, and I shop at normal, quieter, sane grocery stores, without an annual fee or crowds. And - I don't buy extra stuff I don't use before it spoils.
The trick to Costco is remembering the prices of things that you shop for and differentiating between the "bait" items, which pay for the trip, and things that are just large packages with ordinary unit prices. A few things like table grapes, coffee, Brother label maker tapes, dried fruit and raw almonds are so much cheaper than other stores that they pay for my time and fuel to drive out there. Other things... not so much.
Oh, BTW, I extended this week's gazpacho about 30% with celery. It came out a little bland, so I added more onion, anaheim peppers, and some balsamic vinegar. Now I have way much. May have to invite people over for a gazpacho party.