Looking for a vegetarian weekly meal plan? Alex and I were there too! Eating healthy is all about finding a sustainable practice.
Are you thinking of going vegetarian? Instead, set little end-points to hit. Are you used to eating meat three times a day?
Hey there! For those of you thinking about hitting the reset button on healthy eating this year, I wanted to provide a simple guide to get you started. This one month meal plan includes a lot of my favorite recipes from the blog laid out in a convenient printable calendar.
This guide will help you through your first full month as a vegan! First, you should check out this Ultimate Guide to Veganism! Next, join this Easy Vegan Recipes Facebook group for even more delicious vegan recipes! This guide is where you should start and it will show you exactly what to do.
Vegan cooking is remarkably easy to learn, and delivers all sorts of unexpected payoffs. While most hobbies will cost you money, learning to cook will save you piles of cash over eating at restaurants or buying frozen foods. As your cooking skills develop, you may also grow to love the calming, meditative time spent in the kitchen doing simple tasks like starting rice or chopping vegetables.
Michelle requested this post a few weeks ago. What are they going to think? I swallowed my pride about the imperfect phone photos because hey, real life is messy.
Recipes even the carnivore in your life will love. Of course, not all men are carnivores and I love me a good herbivore, male or female! Read on….
Skip the tortillas and layer your taco fillings onto protein-rich quinoa in this healthy vegetarian bowl dinner recipe. Top with a dollop of yogurt or sour cream and a splash of your favorite hot sauce. This vegetarian Sloppy Joe recipe uses pinto beans and a heap of veggies tossed in a sweet, tangy sauce for the filling of a tad messy kid-friendly sandwich you can make in your slow cooker. The butternut squash-and-black bean base in these healthy vegetarian tostadas has a mild, sweet-spicy flavor thanks to ancho chile powder.
To be a successful vegetarian is to understand how to come up with the best meals that accommodate your restrictions. Once you go vegetarian, beans, soy and every single vegetable in the entire world become your best friends. Therefore, after you've been a veggie for a while, you kind of develop a favorite dish -- a solid standby you can always go to when the going gets tough.