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If you're thinking about becoming a vegetarian, the changes you'll need to make to your diet and your life can seem overwhelming. Don't worry! Here are some tips to help you make the switch without going crazy.
Many meat eaters take it upon themselves to attack or try to "knock some sense into" vegetarians. Here are some possible responses and strategies that might help you educate the meat eater, or at least make him/her stop bothering you.
Just what is yoga? Someone who hasn't been properly introduced might think that it simply consists of contorting one's body into strange positions. In fact, yoga is a life philosophy, and the "strange positions" are only one small part of it.
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Whether you've been a veg*n for years or just think it might be time to cut down on your meat consumption, the start of a new year is a great time to make changes to your eating habits. Here are some new year's resolutions you might want to consider.
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The season can make a big difference in terms of what kind of produce is available, how much you feel like cooking, and what you want to eat. Take a look at these recipes divided by season.
Being a vegetarian or vegan doesn't mean you can never again make any recipes that call for things like beef broth, eggs, or gelatin. Most animal products can be replaced with vegetarian- and vegan-friendly ingredients.
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