This white bean and tomato soup flavored with sage and thyme is an elegant alternative to minestrone soup.
If you are lucky enough to find fresh sour cherries, make this cherry cobbler immediately. It’s sweet and tart and downright amazing.
When you eat basil, don’t throw those leafless stems away – use them to make a delicious basil-infused oil that tastes like summer.
The original Moosewood Cookbook, published in 1977, was one of the bibles of vegetarian cooking, and its subsequent editions have never failed to please.
There are a number of reasons that people choose vegetarianism. The main reasons can be summarized into health, ethical, and environmental concerns.
This is a beautiful, elegant, and somewhat complicated lasagna, which makes it perfect for a dinner party.
Ah, salad. That’s all vegetarians eat, right? Of course not! But most of us do eat a fair amount of salad, and personally, I get tired of eating the same old lettuce every day. Here are recipes for some of my favorite salads.
Flaxseeds are very nutritious – here are some easy and delicious ways to incorporate them into your diet.
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