Tasty vegetarian Diet Food recipes
Here you find the raw food diet recipe index of all recipes on this site as well as other raw food menu suggestions.You'll find over 50 healthy raw food recipes in the following categories:
Get health secrets,recipes,blog and video updates by e-mail
This content on your website or in your E-zine? You can,as long as you include this: "Esme Stevens is the president of Raw Food Europe and has the number 1 website for starters of a raw food diet: ."
You might also like:
Does this recipe sound good?2007-02-02 16:16:42 by --------
I am at my wits end - having a small dinner part and one of the guests is vegetarian, another is on the South Beach diet. I want to respect their restrictions (they are very good friends). All my standards are are out though. Does this sound tasty? To me it does, but Im a pretty inexperienced cook. I truly appreciate a pro's thoughts!
Thai-Style Halibut with Coconut-Curry Broth
2 teaspoons vegetable oil
4 shallots, finely chopped (about 3/4 cup)
2 1/2 teaspoons red curry paste*, or 2 teaspoons curry powder
2 cups low-sodium chicken broth
1/2 cup light coconut milk
1/2 teaspoon salt, plus 1/4 teaspoon, plus more for seasoning
4 (6-ounce) pieces...
European food is heavily meat oriented2002-10-08 22:11:08 by iddli_eater
My experience of European food is that vegetables are secondary in the cuisine. A vegetarian following a basically European diet normally has to make do with side dishes that somehow never seem to add up to a balanced meal. Food from cultures where vegetables are a mainstay for whatever reason (India, China, Ethiopia) often do not need to be "adapted" and benefit from hundreds or thousands of years of refinement.
It's basically a question of where vegetarian food has arisen organically, as opposed to places where people have tried to adapt an essentially meat-centered diet for vegetarians
Most jails2009-09-04 16:59:02 by oh_noes
Don't serve a lot of meat to begin with. Very heavy on the cheap starches.
A lacto-ovo vegetarian (who eats dairy products and eggs) would probably do okay by just not eating any meat given to them. They could always barter their meat away for someone else's piece of fruit or whatever.
It would probably be next to impossible to maintain a strict vegan diet in jail, as many foods contain some animal products, such as milk in bread or mashed potatoes. Even most of the recipes I've seen for "prison loaf" contain milk or egg. (If you're not familiar with that term, it's a concoction that's baked and sliced, served on a piece of paper to be eaten without utensils
Dean Ornish's books2013-05-24 20:08:44 by Frog_Barf
The recipes are offered as an adjunct to his program for reversing heart disease. To paraphrase, he says "What's the point of switching to an ultra-low fat diet and living longer if it means you have to eat horrible gray vegetarian messes? Good food is too important a pleasure in life so I have to offer good tasty recipes if I want people to adopt my program."
In one of his books, the recipes aer from well known chefs. (Julia Child refused to participate: she could not conceive of a butter-free cuisine.) The recipes suffer the faults of (a) making too much ("serves 12") and (b) using offbeat ingredients that aren't cheap