Being a vegetarian is not nearly as difficult as it used to be. While a 2003 survey found that only 2.8 percent of Americans identify as strictly vegetarian, over the past 20 years, vegetarian-friendly products, restaurants and — most importantly — mindsets have become the norm across most of the country. Still, for people who grew up with meat at the center of their meals, shifting toward a flesh-free diet can pose significant challenges. Here are some vegetarian recipes for transitioning seamlessly (and deliciously) into a vegetarian lifestyle.
This recipes book was designed for vegetarians who do not eat meat, fish or fowl but do eat eggs and dairy. Many of the tips — though not all — would work for vegans as well.
Living as a vegetarian does not need to be boring and physically weaken. Any meatless meal can be just as flavorful and nutritious Delicious Nutrient and low cost Vegetarian recipes
enough to have strong physical fitness. Playing with new ingredients, being liberal with spices and utilizing a variety of cooking methods can take a vegetarian plate to a new plateau.