Free Vegetarian eBooks

  Sometimes I come across these great deals on vegetarian eBooks from Amazon, and usually they are free for a limited time. I will update this page as I find new free eBooks to share with you. Eat Like A Farm Girl; 3 Ingredient Plant Based Recipes And there is no need for a Kindle device, […]

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Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie

Freezing and pressing tofu gives it a chewy texture which adds textural variety to recipes. It’s a must-do for one of my all-time favorite dishes, Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie from Moosewood Restaurant (see below). But if you’ve pressed tofu in the past by placing between 2 plates and stacking all sorts of cans and/or books on […]

Best Vegetarian Cookbooks

Being an adventurous vegetarian, I’m always looking for new meal ideas. There are some great websites out there with tasty vegetarian recipes, but sometimes I just need a book of pictures and themes for inspiration. And some of the most creative chefs just don’t have their menus online. So if you’re looking for some great […]

Lemon Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

Lemon Blueberry Baked Oatmeal Nutrition Information Serves: 6 Calories: 283 Fat: 8.1 Carbohydrates: 66.2 Fiber: 10.2 Protein: 8.6 Cholesterol: 0 Recipe type: Breakfast Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  40 mins Total time:  55 mins Print Satisfying, excellent source of fiber, and rich in antioxidants. This is easy to make and reheats well. Enjoy! Ingredients 1 lemon, zested and juiced 2 cups milk […]

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Leftover Rice Recipes for Vegetarians

I make Gallo Pinto (Costa Rican Rice And Beans) Recipe about once a week, and when I do I intentionally make extra brown rice for leftovers to expedite an additional recipe during the week. Here are my favorites: Stuffed Peppers Recipe I have adapted this recipe a bit – sub 3 cups cooked brown rice […]

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Vegetarian Mardi Gras Recipes

Mardi Gras means fat Tuesday, the culmination of the season between Christmas and Lent. Fat Tuesday falls on the day before Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. During the 46-day Lent period, many Christians forego the eating of meat, either completely or on Fridays. They also traditionally give up a favored food, drink, or […]

Vegetarian French Onion Soup

Today is the perfect, cool Fall day for soup. I created this fantastic adaptation of Anthony Bourdain’s French Onion soup, Onion Soup Les Halles Recipe – CHOW. Ingredients 6 ounces butter 8 large onions, thinly sliced ( or 12 small onions) 2 ounces port wine 2 ounces balsamic vinegar 2 quarts vegetable stock, I prefer […]

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Healthy Mini Pizzas

For dinner Syna and I made some healthy mini pizzas. for the crust we used those new arnold’s whole wheat sandwich thins; we then spooned on some pizza sauce, layered baby spinach over that, added some shredded mozzarella cheese, and topped it off with fresh broccoli, black olives & mushrooms. It took 20 minutes in […]

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Eat a Rainbow

Eat a Rainbow of Foods Every Day for Health Eating a variety of foods is one of the best ways to ensure that you are getting the fullest range of nutrients in your diet. A fun way to help you and your family choose the right foods is to Eat a Rainbow – choose fresh […]

Cute Kids Food with Bento

Image credit: gamene on flickr Make Kids Food Cute! I have found that with my 3 year old daughter just renaming some foods with silly substitutes or cutting the “usuals” into cute shapes will get her interested and eating some different foods. “These cute foods are usually served in bento boxes from Japan, but parents […]

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