This uniquely accessible collection draws together the best vegetarian recipes of Italy-350 in all. ‘Pasta and pizza may be Italy’s most eye-catching exports, but it is the country’s varied and sensible use of vegetables that provides the best inspiration for American cooks,’ writes Jack Bishop. ‘Asparagus spears coated with a little olive oil and roasted to intensify their flavor; thick slices of country bread grilled over an open fire and topped with diced tomatoes and shredded basil from the garden; or a fragrant stew with fennel and peas-Italians… Continue reading
This book will prove to you that vegans can enjoy their Christmas meal as much as everyone else does with delicious and outstanding dishes, new flavors and interesting combinations of ingredients
This extraordinary cookbook is a healthy and creative alternative to the normal and heavy Christmas dinner which is based on animal products. With this book’s recipes, you will be able to keep to your healthy diet with the great abundance of international vegan cuisine!
Have you thought… Continue reading
Vegan chef of one of the top 50 food blogs on the Web, HappyHerbivore.com, Lindsay S. Nixon, creates recipes that show eating a low fat vegan diet is not only healthy but delicious, too.
Now, Nixon combines some of her tastiest recipes in The Happy Herbivore Cookbook, each made with no added fats, using only whole, unprocessed plant-based foods.
With Nixon’s… Continue reading
The 21st-century edition of this groundbreaking work by Dr. Elson Haas with Dr. Buck Levin presents the most current health and nutrition information available in an easy-to-use format with a friendly, engaging tone. Decades of practical experience and scientific research are compiled into one encyclopedic volume that features newly expanded chapters on special supplements, lifestage programs, and breakthrough medical treatment protocals for conditions including fatigue, viral illnesses, weight management, and mental and mood disorders such as anxiety, ADHD, and depression.
PART ONE gives a detailed analysis of The Building Blocks of nutrition: water, carbohydrates, proteins, fats and oils,… Continue reading
I am vegetarian who loves vegan food as well. I am not completely vegan, as I love cheese and yogurt and I have yet to find good enough vegan replacement for it. However, I love to cook and try out different recipes at home. I have a large enough cook book collection that inspires me to cook on hard day question such as “mom, what is for dinner?”.
You will find great many easy enough vegan recipes that everyone will love including kids and also meat lovers. Check it out for yourself.
Stop Trying to Eat Raw the… Continue reading
When I was a college student, I would often buy mass quantities of ramen noodles, particularly when the local store had a sale.
Every once in a while, the store down the block from where I lived during my later college years would sell ramen noodle packets at a rate of 12 for $1. I would go in there and buy at least 60 of them, if not more.
I absolutely do not advocate eating ramen noodles on a consistent basis as a way to save money. They’re quite unhealthy. However, they are quite filling for the price and, in… Continue reading
Creatively prepared Thanksgiving leftovers are usually my favorite part of the meal.
The elements of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner can be remixed in many, many creative ways to make for some delicious meals throughout the following days and often can result in very little of the food going to waste, meaning you’ve got some pretty inexpensive meals.
Here are a few of my favorite resources for ways to utilize Thanksgiving leftovers from recent articles and blog postings.
Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes My favorite of these is the moo shu tostada that uses turkey. (@ the frugal home)
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Vegetarianism can be adopted for different reasons. Many object to eating meat out of respect for sentient life. Such ethical motivations have been codified under various religious beliefs, along with the concept of animal rights. Other motivations for vegetarianism include health, political, environmental, cultural, aesthetic and economic. There are varieties of the diet as well: an ovo-vegetarian diet includes eggs but not dairy products, a lacto-vegetarian diet includes dairy products but not eggs, and an ovo-lacto vegetarian diet includes both eggs and dairy products. A vegan, or strict vegetarian, diet excludes all animal products, including eggs, dairy,… Continue reading