Vegetarian Diet recipes
Healthy Vegetarian Recipes You Should Try
The Meatless Monday movement is growing in popularity across the country. Eating meatless even once or twice a week can have real health benefits, including weight loss and reduced risk for heart disease. Plus, when you plan more vegetarian dinners you’ll save on grocery bills and reduce your carbon footprint.
Whether you’re already a vegetarian or looking to eat more meat-free meals, these satisfying vegetarian recipes and meatless meals are a delicious way to incorporate more vegetables, beans and whole grains into your diet.
Pictured Recipe: Vegetarian Taco Salad
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Vegetarian/Vegan Candida Diet2010-08-14 06:05:41 by acidophulus
Hi. Vegans. I am writing a little ebook on candida recipes. Anyone vegetarians or vegans who would like to donate recipe? I would give your name a credit at end of book. This would be sold on my new yeast free diets mini site I am making. I realized there is almost nothing for veg who may need a candida diet of which I am one. I have seen lots of meat, fish etc in recipes. A candida diet is restricted but only for short time if not a severe case. Candida diet has to be sugar free, dairy free, flour free and nothing with yeast or molds such as fermented food. I am also looking for original different recipes for wheat free , gluten free and sugar free and dairy free recipes for those with allergies to these different ingredients and speciality recipes for diabetics and people with celiac...
Newbie to the vegetarian diet2011-09-14 10:23:25 by tb0207
On August 1st, my boyfriend and I decided that we were going to try a vegetarian diet for one month, just to see if we could actually go a whole month with no meat. Being from Nebraska, this wasn't exactly easy to get used to. But we did it. And we like it. So we are going to continue. My only concern is that he will not eat a wide variety of veggies, and is a very picky eater, which surprised me when this was all his idea. His diet this past month and half as mostly consisted of cheesy burritos (whole grain tortilla with vegetarian refried beans and shredded cheddar cheese), grilled cheese sandwiches, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and potato chips
Being vegetarian won't make you fat and2005-02-27 18:48:37 by peasandcues
Anemic, just as eating meat won't make you fat. Eating an unbalanced diet does this. If you're serious about eliminating meat products from your diet, you will have to make the effort to cook nutritious vegetarian meals. "Vegan Planet" is a great book, full of excellent recipes that are really yummy. Plus, today there are all kinds of wonderful vegan prepared foods available in a whole foods supermarket. Just today, I had super-delish vegan pizza with salad for lunch. Remember: Animals who are "organically raised" end up facing the horror of the slaughterhouse, just like every other factory farmed animal
Yeah I feed her a vegan diet...2005-04-11 18:10:05 by sparkalina
But it's not something I recommend for every pet owner. It's a wait and see sort of thing.
My dog was very open to the change and really made no fuss about it one way or the other (physically or otherwise). She actually has more energy than before when she was on the lamb and rice variety of dog foods.
NSC is right in that if you can't afford the energy to feed a dog a proper vegan diet then it can be a challenge. There is a book out there with well rounded recipes but then you ending cooking a lot for your dog :)
My dog is only 4 pounds and one can of PetGuard vegan/vegetarian feast is four meals for her