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If you always get the same items in your CSA basket, have a bumper crop of certain veggies, or stocked up on some canned goods at knock-down prices, you’re probably looking for new recipes to make eating the same old foods a little more interesting. Here to help are recipes organized by ingredient – find more by clicking an ingredient in the tag cloud on the left.
Bell peppers add interesting flavor and texture to recipe without the spiciness offered by hot peppers. Here are my favorite vegetarian recipes with bell peppers.
Garlic has tons of flavor, is good for your heart, and supposedly makes you taste bad to bugs. What more can you ask for? Here are some of my favorite recipes to help you get more garlic into your diet.
Some vegetarians avoid mock meat and cheese recipes, while others swear by them. If you’re in the latter category, or if you’re just interested in trying some vegetarian and vegan versions of typical dishes, take a look at these mock meat and dairy recipes.
Mushrooms elicit strong opinions – most people either love them or hate them. The texture is a bit strange, and the less said about what mushrooms actually are (the fruit of a fungus which feeds on decay) the better. On the other hand, mushrooms are good for detoxifying, high in protein, and tasty, so here’s a collection of vegetarian recipes with mushrooms.
Olives are good on their own, but they’re even better on pizza and in salads. If you like olives, you’ll love these recipes with olives.
Everyone loves potatoes, and luckily for us they are used in all kinds of soups, side dishes, and even salads. Check out my collection of vegetarian potato recipes.
When the leaves start to change color, it’s time to start thinking about what you can do with pumpkins. Here are some great vegetarian pumpkin recipes.
Rice is an inexpensive and versatile food, but I always seem to eat it in the same ways. Here’s a collection of recipes that are either made with rice or complement it nicely.
Seitan is a vegetarian meat replacement made by extracting the gluten from flour. It is an excellent source of protein and very versatile, so check out some seitan recipes.
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