Vegetarian recipes and info
by Laura K. Lawless
Tempeh, made from fermented soy beans, is a healthy and versatile source of vegetarian protein.
Tempeh, a cake of fermented soybeans, is much tastier than it sounds. This is my favorite way to eat it.
Although time-consuming, this is an easy and very delicious recipe for mock beef bourguignon made with seitan, tempeh, or mock ground beef.
This simple tempeh salad really does resemble chicken salad. It’s great in sandwiches or atop a green salad.
A Spanish dish traditionally made with meat and shellfish. This flexible veggie version is simpler, but no less delicious.
If you miss the taste of chopped liver, give this vegetarian pâté a try. You might even be able to fool your non-veggie friends.
I haven’t eaten sausage since the 80′s, so I honestly don’t know how much this meatless sausage tastes like the real thing. But I can tell you that it’s a delicious, protein-packed breakfast side dish.
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