My suggestion would be to take some time to find vegetables you like, before starting SBD in earnest. You might look down the phase 1 "foods to enjoy" list, and see what looks like something you wouldn't mind trying. There are also a lot of recipes on this site, and some other sites like Kalyn's Kitchen - I'd suggest you look those over and find a couple of vegetable recipes that seem good to you.
If there are any cooking shows you like (ones that focus on high quality food, not "guilty pleasures"), you might consider watching some shows where they prepare vegetables, just to get some inspiration. Even if it's not a recipe you can use, at least you may get some insight into how vegetables can be prepared so they taste great. You could also watch videos online, or borrow DVDs from your library. Just a few good shows for the basics are Julia Child (The French Chef), America's Test Kitchen, Simply Ming (Asian food), Jacques Pepin, The Galloping Gourmet (old show), and Good Eats (with Alton Brown). Almost anything PBS has aired is good, except stuff on their infomercial-type shows, which I think is mostly hype.
For example, here's a Jacque Pepin show where he cooks a ratatouille and shrimp with cabbage and caviar.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCC47QYyV0Q
The ratatouille itself is fine for phase 1, and you could serve it with a ww pasta in phase 2. The shrimp and cabbage could pretty easily be modified for phase 1, by using NF evaporated milk with some olive oil in place of the cream. He also makes a peach melba, which could pretty easily be adapted for phase 2 by using just pureed raspberries as the sauce (no jam, but maybe adding some sweetener) and another frozen dessert besides ice cream. But if you are just preparing to go on SBD, you could make these dishes exactly the way he does, and enjoy them that way. (Not saying you have to use these three recipes - just an example of how you could use a cooking show to help you learn to like vegetables.)