The Vegetarian Resource Group Vegan and Vegetarian Recipes For more VRG recipes, see Food, Cooking, and Recipes in the Vegetarian Journal index, as well as back issues of Vegetarian Journal and Foodservice Update. Or search our website for the type of recipe you want. Also check out our Frequently Requested Recipes. Books Join The VRG with $35 via our subscription form, and receive the Vegetarian Journal for two years and a copy of Simply Vegan! Recipes « Vegan Mischief » recipes, reviews, & more from a pair of queer vegans in Vancouver, Canada We made these for our most recent brunch to rave reviews. Warning: if you are going to make these, be prepared to use a LOT of Earth Balance, a LOT of sugar, and a LOT of flour. These are by no means healthy, despite the inclusion of fruit. Oh, and prepare to spend about 4 hours on them.
Meatless Monday: Vegetarian Chili If you’ve ever tried to make a vegetarian chili, you know how wrong this stuff can go. Some versions call for up to six cans of beans – a recipe for solitary confinement if there ever was one. Others taste like someone dumped a shaker of cumin into a pot of vegetable soup. They just don’t taste like chili. Create Your Own Food Diary Want a proven way to lose weight? Start keeping a food diary. A recent study at the Kaiser Permanent Center for Health Research in Portland, Oregon, followed close to 1,700 overweight and obese adults who were encouraged to eat a healthy diet, be physically active and keep a food diary. After six months, people who wrote down everything they ate and drank at least six days a week lost about twice as much weight as those who kept food records one day or less every week. “Food diaries make you more aware of what you’re eating and, in so doing, can change your eating behaviors,” says Katherine Tallmadge, R.D., spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association and author of the book Diet Simple. “You’ll be less likely to nibble on food as you cook, for example, if you have to account for each little bite.
7 Easy Vegan Recipes to Get You Through Your First Week of Veganism" It can be a bit intimidating to go vegan all at once. What do I eat? I mean I know what I can't eat, but how do I put it all into a recipe? Vegetable Lasagna Cupcakes How about a couple of cupcakes for dinner? I haven’t made lasagna in ages but after seeing the oh-so-cute Petite Lasagnas at Can You Stay For Dinner?, I just had to make a vegan version. Super easy to make using wonton wrappers, the mini lasagnas bake in about ten minutes or so. I didn’t bother to replace the meat in the sauce called for in the original recipe, I just went with vegetables – fresh shiitake mushrooms and baby zucchini from the farmers market.
Watermelonade Recipe at Epicurious.com photo by Roland Bello yield Makes 1 gallon (serves 16) active time 30 min total time 30 min You would be hard-pressed to find something more refreshing than watermelon. Chinese Crispy Fried Tofu with Sweet Chili Sauce Recipe It feels like yesterday, but the memory is fresh. Eons ago, I happened to spot some "white slabs" sitting next to my all time favorite Paneer, in the aisle of the grocery store I frequented. See, I was this good girl who went shopping for my mom during the weekends, all on my own, so that my mom can relax her feet. The World's Healthiest Foods 100 foods that can serve as the basis of your Healthiest Way of Eating Links to the articles about these foods can be found below. In addition to questions about our foods, we often get asked about beverages and sweeteners. In the beverage category, water and green tea have been especially popular topics, and in the sweetener category, so have honey and maple syrup. Of course, there are many nutritious foods other than those included on our list that we feel are wonderful, health-promoting foods; if there are other whole foods - such as fruits, vegetables, nuts/seeds, whole grains, etc - that you like, by all means enjoy them. Just because a food is not on our list doesn't mean we don't think it can be included in a diet geared towards the Healthiest Way of Eating as long as it is a whole, natural, nutrient-rich food.
EatingWell: 6 Foods to Eat If You're Skipping Meat By Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D., Associate Editor, Nutrition for EatingWell Magazine I was a vegetarian for most of my college years, but I was not yet a nutrition major (that came in grad school). My diet in those days consisted of lots of bread, cheese, yogurt and fruit. Roasted Cauliflower Totally addicting bar snack or nutritious side dish? You decide. I am completely fine with it being both.