Quinoa is quick and easy to prepare, and it adds a subtle but wonderful flavor to vegetables.
Vegetables are full of vitamins, and drinking vegetable juice is a wonderful way to get a big dose of them. But there's no need to rush out and buy V-8 juice when you can make your own. Pick and choose your veggies from the list below, but for maximum benefit, it's best to include at least five different ones.
Beet borscht is a traditional cold vegetarian soup common in Russian, Ukrainian, and Jewish cooking.
Gazpacho is a cold, raw soup that is full of flavor.
Simple and refreshing, cucumber salad is the epitome of summer. Different herbs can make it seem like a completely different salad, so don't be scared to experiment.
This chilled soup is delicious on a hot summer day.
This dairy-based, traditional Jewish soup is light and refreshing.
Fresh vegetables tossed with sesame and sumac make a unique salad.
Panzanella is a bread and vegetable salad from Tuscany. It's a pretty flexible recipe, as long as you have the two most important ingredients: very ripe tomatoes and day-old, good country bread.
Chickpeas or tofu can be used in place of the traditional tuna fish or anchovies for this vegetarian salade niçoise recipe.