He eats ham. A character named "Sam-I-am" irritates a character to attempt to get them to eat a plate of green eggs and ham. The character refuses, reacting, "I don't care for green eggs and ham. I don't care for them, Sam-I-am." He keeps on rehashing this as Sam constantly follows him, requesting that he attempt them in eight areas including a house, in a box, on a train and in a tree and with three creatures (mouse, fox, and goat).
At last, he gives into Sam's bothering and tries the green eggs and ham, which he does like all things considered and joyfully reacts, "I do like green eggs and ham. Much thanks to you. Sam-I-am."
Sam-I-Am eats ham with his green eggs in the famous Dr. Seuss book. It is obvious that this is the correct answer because Dr. Seuss children’s book is entitled Green Eggs and Ham. It was published on August 12, 1960 and has sold more than 8 million copies as of 2016. In this book, it covers the story of Sam-I-Am and an unnamed character.
Sam-I-Am kept convincing the character to eat his green eggs and ham, but the character refuses because he does “not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am.” That’s where the story revolves and the unnamed character ultimately agrees to eat Sam-I-Am’s green eggs and ham and unexpectedly liked it.