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Meals with a mixed group of vegetarians and non-vegetarians can require a lot of extra effort from the cook. However, you can save a lot of work by making similar dishes for both groups – a vegetarian version and a meat version. Here are some adaptable vegetarian recipes that lend themselves easily to meat additions.
Brunch can seem tricky to pull off, as it’s a combination of breakfast and lunch. In fact, it’s the easiest thing in the world – just be sure to combine a bit of both meals, with an emphasis on things that are easy to prepare and easy to serve.
While vegetarian cuisine is limited only by your imagination (and dietary restrictions), there are certain dishes which show up over and over again. Here are my favorite recipes for these vegetarian classics
New to cooking, or just too tired to make an effort? Here are some super easy recipes, with simple directions like “cut, chop, blend, stir, and boil” – very little effort and no thinking required.
These recipes are flexible as to ingredients and/or amounts. This is a good place to get ideas when you have nothing in the house to eat, or you forget a vital ingredient for a less flexible recipe, or when you just feel like being creative.
If you’re having a dinner party or some other event where you’re hoping to impress people (especially if those people aren’t vegetarian), try these gourmet vegetarian recipes – guaranteed to look beautiful and taste delicious.
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love picnics. There’s something about sitting outside when it’s nice and warm, sipping a cool drink, and nibbling away at simple but tasty food. Here are some recipes and ideas to help pack the perfect vegetarian picnic.
In a hurry? Have unexpected company? Need to eat and run? Take a look at these quick vegetarian recipes – each one takes one hour or less from start to finish.
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.
If you’re looking for ideas on what to have for dinner, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some recipes for vegetarian main courses, soups, salads, and side dishes you can mix and match to make a delicious vegetarian meal.
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