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Ettie’s Eats: Vegetarian Chickpea Stew

… one of my go-to dishes. It’s simple but still requires a fair amount of technique, which gives me a sense of accomplishment once I have a big bowl of stew in front of me. The flavor is subtle; the texture is smooth and creamy; and the result warms your soul. So here is to three wonderful years and to many more adventures ahead. I hope you will continue to follow along. To continue reading this article and to access the recipe, please click on the link below: Source: Ettie’s Eats: …

5 Easy Overnight Vegetarian Breakfasts

… ingredients that result in a lusciously thick smoothie bowl are avocados and bananas. They’re both used here for a luxurious mouthfeel, a punch of potassium and much more. Another key to a winning smoothie bowl is to accessorize it. Here you’ll have crunchy, fragrant and refreshing toppings by way of almonds, fresh mint and lemon zest, respectively. Savor every spoonful of this tropical bowl for breakfast – or anytime. CALORIES: 267. Get the recipe here. To continue reading this article …

Peruvian Cuisine Today — Fusion Flavors and Superfoods | Manuel Villacorta

… primarily on maize, potatoes, and beans. Afterwards, other cultures combined with the native Inca culinary traditions. In her cookbook The Peruvian Kitchen, chef Morena Cuadra explains that, “Peruvian food, as it is known today, is a fusion of its Incan roots, mixed with Spanish, Arab, African, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, and French influences. The ingredients and techniques of each of these culinary traditions have left a clear mark through time on the basic Incan diet, and the result is …

Derek Rielly: Becoming a vegetarian… again

… wasn’t a great leap. For the previous 10 years I hadn’t touched red or white meat, a result of a childhood excursion to a Dorsogna meat processing plant in Palmyra and, later, a fortuitous meeting with Hare Krishna philosophies in Byron Bay. The Hares lost me at “no illicit sex” but got me with their vivid imagery of reincarnation. Who wants to wind up as a cow in a butchery? My fish epiphany was in 1999 and, until a year ago, my promise stayed good. But then I drifted …

LETTER: For health’s sake, go vegetarian in 2015

… reputable study has ever shown an opposite result. But times are changing. Hundreds of schools, colleges, hospitals and corporate cafeterias, have embraced Meatless Monday. According to a Gallup poll, 22 percent of American consumers are avoiding meat and 12 percent are avoiding dairy products. Harris Interactive claims that 47 percent of American consumers are reducing consumption of animal products. Accordingly, plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy products are growing explosively, …

Personal chef prepares sumptuous meal sans turkey

My husband and I became pescetarians, or vegetarians who eat seafood, two years ago as a result of my columns on vegan chef Roni Shapiro (September 2012), on the Catskill Animal Sanctuary (March 2013) and my eye-opening research into food industry practices. I also have celiac disease and eat gluten-free. I am not alone. More people are radically altering their diets for health, medical or animal-cruelty reasons. Food allergies, some life-threatening, and celiac and non-celiac gluten sensitivity …

GP’s view: Vegetarianism

Is vegetarianism healthier than a carnivorous diet? Dr Cindy Pan gives her view. The most honest answer I can give to this is, “It depends”. If being a vegetarian means you eat a lot of vegetables and fruits as well as plenty of lentils, wholegrain cereals, nuts, tofu, eggs, low-fat dairy products and other nutritious foods, which make up for the lack of meat and fish, then yes, this could result in a very healthy diet. But it would not necessarily be healthier than a similar diet …

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