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Vegetarian Barbecue – Food – Forward.com

By Jean Hanks | July 9, 2015 Whenever I’m invited to a summer barbecue, for a few seconds, I panic: What am I going to eat? As a pescatarian, I know I’m going to be one of the few people, if not the only person, not partaking of the traditional hamburgers and hotdogs. I also know that it’s unlikely, especially if it’s a potluck, that the table will be overflowing with healthy salads. And I don’t relish the idea of taking up space on someone else’s grill for my veggie fare. So before …

Sales of fake meat explode, but is it really better for you? – Fortune

… Beast Burger and has an active group of investors that includes Bill Gates and former Twitter execs Biz Stone and Evan Williams. “We’re growing like a weed and expect to keep growing,” said Martha Pincoffs, founder of Minnesota-based Hot Dang Grain Burgers that makes meatless items, such as the “Big Tex,” a grain burger ready made for the barbecue. Her products are sold in many Whole Food stores across the country. Why the increase in meatless meat? Those in the know say better health …

Empowerment of a vegetarian lifestyle — Sonoma State Star – The university’s student-run newspaper

… doing. It had always been a thought in my mind when it came to ordering a meal, what if I decided to only eat fish and cut out all meat from my appetite? Then on Fourth of July, while at a family barbecue we were eating steak and I had the most bloody piece of meat. It was then and there that I decided to give the vegetarian lifestyle a try. At the time, I received  news that Foster Farms had a recall on their chicken, pushing me even more into my decision. Many will disagree on the vegetarian …

Fredericksburg woman’s soup business grows organically – Fredericksburg.com: Local Business

… she said, since locally raised, organic meat can be expensive. Her biggest seller is a Hungarian mushroom soup. She also make tofu barbecue that takes two days to finish. She picked up that recipe while working at Orbits, a vegetarian restaurant that used to be where the Colonial Tavern is today. Almost all of the soups are gluten-free, as well. Pawlik spends most of the week cooking, but heads out on deliveries on Tuesdays and Thursdays. She offers front-door delivery, and said it helps her …

Serving Haute Vegetarian Platters – The New Indian Express

… and Sauces’ sounds like a good header for the menu. We have decided to create bite-size starters and pasta rolls that could be picked up using barbecue skewers, and the guest could dip them in their choice of sauce. After trying various bowls and glasses to serve the sauce, we chose a cocktail glass with its stem and inverted cone-shaped bowl which can carry a plenty of sauce. The presentation is so dramatic that a person seeing a diner on the next table having a Baby Cannelloni, picking up …

Living life without meat

Have you ever thought of living a life without meat? We are a meat eating society with burger joints and barbecue restaurants at every turn. America is a country where large amounts of food and all-you-can-eat buffets are rooted in our “desire-to-have-more” culture. For Brenda Garza, eating a meatless diet for more than 40 years has been the healthiest choice. Garza is a registered nurse and registered dietitian at Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center in Sebring. Though going vegetarian …

Make the most of summer sweet corn with these 10 vegetarian recipes : TreeHugger

… in seconds. Try a Mexican twist with chile powder and lime, or go for garlic powder, a bit of olive oil and a dash of salt. Corn on the cob with maple-chipotle glaze If you’re feeling a bit more ambitious about your cobs, check out this recipe for the barbecue. The glaze has a sweet-and-spicy flavor that pairs perfectly with corn. via Make the most of summer sweet corn with these 10 vegetarian recipes : TreeHugger. …

Turnip the heat: The perfect vegetarian BBQ

For most, the thought of barbecuing immediately brings to mind sizzling sausages, charring rump steaks, and browning chops. The grill is, quite simply, synonymous with meat. I often feel sorry for non meat-eaters during barbecue season. I want to weep for veggie pals forced to have another sad Portobello mushroom in a bap as the rest of us dig into juicy quarter pounders. Neither does Quorn, and its various mockmeat relatives, overly appeal. Those dry, grey patties look about as appetising …

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