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7 ways to make family dinners work when your child is a vegetarian – The Washington Post

… vegetarians today. It’s hard to dictate what another person can and can’t eat. Other parents are cautiously supportive but nervous that they will have to cook two meals every night, and concerned that they don’t know how to cook enough meatless recipes to keep their children well nourished. Or, they may worry that their children won’t eat beans, nuts, eggs, tofu, and other sources of protein that vegetarians need for a balanced diet. To continue reading this article, please click on the …

Is It Safe To Follow A Vegan Diet During Pregnancy?

… didn’t. Mostly.) But for others, the curiosity was tinged with worry — a worry about safety. Was a vegan diet good for me? Was a vegan diet good for the baby? My (Berkeley) OB-GYN didn’t bat an eye, and the nutrition and pregnancy books I’d read supported common sense: Having a nutritious diet matters (whether or not you’re pregnant), but that can come in many forms. There are more and less healthful ways to be vegan, just as there are more and less healthful ways to …

6 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Go Vegetarian

By Megan Othersen Gorman | July 10, 2015 People who stop eating meat might experience some interesting changes, good and positive. Anyone who’s seen the documentary/horror show Supersize Me has considered going vegetarian. Heck, almost everyone with healthy urges has seriously contemplated the meatless life at one time or another. If you’ve hesitated out of concern for your burger-loving, deprivation-hating body, don’t worry, says Joan Salge Blake, MS, RD, clinical associate …

I’m a Vegetarian. Don’t Judge! | BlogHer

… Sometimes we laugh so it isn’t totally awkward. It is though. “How do you know someone is a vegetarian? Don’t worry, they’ll tell you!” Mmmhmm… I’ve heard that one too. What is it about the vegetarian lifestyle that gives others a free pass to forgo manners and social norms? Sure, there are fanatics in every group. There are also the radical football fans, the strict religious fundamentalists, and the list goes on. Why does my being a vegetarian make others so uncomfortable that …

A journey for curd – The Hindu

By Srinivasa Ramanujam | March 27, 2015 What is crucial for a quintessential Tamilian who happens to be a vegetarian? It has to be curd. Curd is supremely underrated and most people elsewhere in India use it to end a meal. But ask most Tamilians and they’ll tell you that it could well be the meal by itself, provided you have a handful of rice. This is what I was banking on when I headed to Sri Lanka recently on my honeymoon. “Don’t worry; if we don’t get vegetarian food, we’ll make our …

“Vegetarian” Cocoa Puffs: Boston School Cafs on the Front Lines of the Food Wars – NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly

… initiative. Not surprisingly, Congress is eyeing that as a place to cut funding, once again increasing the difficulties faced by public schools. This week, Boston Public Schools laid out a plan to “cut cafeteria costs by reducing the variety and number of offerings…raising concerns among some parents and food service employees, who worry that students will not find anything they like to eat,” according to the Boston Globe. “The changes, scheduled to begin next month, affect more than 40 …

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

… stay connected with her customers. She also asks customers to return the Mason jars the soup comes in for recycling. “A lot of families purchase it to have a healthy option for dinner they don’t have to worry about,” she said. Some of her soups, including the mushroom and chili, are building blocks for other recipes. Served over egg noodles, the mushroom soup is a vegetarian version of beef stroganoff. For Pawlik, the goal isn’t to get rich off of selling soup. She wants to be able to …

Weeknight Vegetarian: A new technique for defusing those soy-sauce sodium bombs – The Washington Post

… through the nutritional analysis program The Post uses, because they’re usually sodium bombs. I don’t worry about that much when it comes to my personal cooking and eating, because I don’t have high blood pressure (or the genes for it), but I know that some readers — including some particularly vocal ones — do. They’re trying to lower their sodium intake, and I can’t blame them for that. via Weeknight Vegetarian: A new technique for defusing those soy-sauce sodium bombs – The …

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