"Vegetarian" Blogs & Blog Posts

Tinned TomatoesTinned Tomatoes

Vegetarian food that will please everyone. Tasty pasta dishes, comfortin...

 
AnimalRighterAnimalRighter

News, commentary and action alerts about animal rights issues

 
NOLA EatsNOLA Eats

Social Dining in New Orleans. A local's blog for New Orleans restaura...

 
The Coma Girl DesignsThe Coma Girl Designs

A blog about all things vegan, crafty, DIY, handmade & artsy fartsy.

 


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Given that the goal right now is to stay inside, some people have developed a bunker-like mentality, spending most of their grocery budget on canned, frozen, or dried foods. Due to its limited shelf life, fresh produce isn’t getting a ton of love t...

With more antioxidants and protein than other beans, black soybean (the black variety of soybeans) is powerhouse plant-based protein, great for making nutritionally balanced vegetarian veggie bowl-meals or grain bowl-meals.Black SoyBeans Veggie...

A trip to IKEA isn't complete without a plate of Swedish meatballs. While the company offers a vegetarian version of its iconic meal, the veggie meatballs don't taste much like meat. Joining the trend set by fast food chains like Burger Kin...

Besides incorporating this vegetarian plant-based protein into veggie bowls and salad bowls, I was just as excited to add tempeh into a bean stew (winter food!) which is quite similar to this one-pot bean stew.Very importantly, this is a fu...

In my quest to achieve a more minimalist lifestyle, I, a recovering cookbook collector, have purged myself of most of my beloved possessions. Thinning the herd was agonizing at first, but once the books were finally gone, I found I didn’t actually...

Kale Sprouts or Brussel Kale, is one new kid on the block that is a cross between Red Russian kale and conventional Brussel sprouts.These kale sprouts certainly bear resemblance to Brussel sprouts and Red Russian kale, if you associate its shap...

It wasn’t too long ago that the mere utterance of the words “Brussels sprouts” would cause most Americans to wince, twisting their faces into scowls of disgust. Brussels sprouts were, for several generations, commonly prepared by boiling, a pr...