Well, vegetables, as far as I know, don't give you a direct boost in testosterone. However, they do indirectly, because nutritional deficiencies and a heavy oxidative load can definitely lower testosterone. So there's nothing out there like, "Eat an eggplant and boost your T." But many nutrients (Vitamin A, Vitamin C) play a role in testosterone and the antioxidants can help protect all your tissues from the "brain to the balls" so to speak.
And, on a side note, don't forget that the high-nitrate vegetables (beets, celery, spinach, etc.) will likely give you a nice little boost in nitric oxide. If this helps give you a little extra prowess in the bedroom, it may increase your testosterone just from the extra intercouse.
By the way, I love my blender - not more than the wife and kids though - and have a smoothie every day: I think it really makes a difference. Almost everything I throw in there is organic and I can do the whole thing start to finish including cleanup in fifteen minutes and the benes are huge. So keep up the good work!