Tag: vegetarian

This Week’s Nutrition News Feed

by in Food News, April 17, 2014

In this week’s news: Mondays get even more meatless; the world learns what happens when a household bans sugar (hint: a book deal); and coupon-clipping takes a healthier turn. Hitting the Beach — and the Tofu Why book Canyon Ranch when you can visit Grandma in Boca? Earlier this week, the Florida city announced thatRead more

10 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Mains

by in Healthy Holidays, Thanksgiving, November 15, 2013

You don’t need a turkey at the center of the table to make Thanksgiving a special day! Here are delicious dishes that can take the spotlight at your vegetarian feast.

The Veggie Table: Navigating Thanksgiving

by in The Veggie Table, November 8, 2013

Maybe this is your first Thanksgiving as a vegetarian, or perhaps you’re hosting your first vegan guests at a holiday dinner. Just because the traditional turkey takes center stage, it doesn’t mean there can’t be delicious plant-based options for both main dishes and sides that will satisfy you or all of your guests this year.Read more

The Veggie Table: Vegetarian Lunch Ideas

by in The Veggie Table, September 6, 2013

September is synonymous with back to school and brown bag lunches. And even if you’re not going back to school, you may be looking to spice up your midday meal. As a vegetarian or vegan, you may think your lunch option is limited to plain peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, but here are three creativeRead more

The Veggie Table: A Vegetarian Pregnancy

by in The Veggie Table, July 28, 2013

On April 16th 2013, I gave birth to a healthy, happy, seven pound, two ounce baby boy named Zachary. Throughout my pregnancy, one of the most popular questions I got was, “Are you still going to be vegetarian?” I also heard a lot of, “Are you craving meat now?” and “If you crave meat, will youRead more

The Veggie Table: Beyond the Portobello Burger

by in The Veggie Table, July 27, 2013

When you make the move to a meatless diet, one of the first things you may miss is that familiar sink-your-teeth-into-it texture you got from beef, chicken and even some fish. Fortunately, there are so many plant-based foods that easily mimic the texture of meat and are versatile enough to be used in a varietyRead more

Vegetarians: Myths vs. Facts

by in Healthy Tips, July 9, 2013

Vegetarians are often seriously misunderstood. It’s time to debunk some of the most common vegetarian myths! Myth: Vegetarians don’t get enough protein Fact: It’s actually pretty easy for vegetarians to meet their needs for protein, even if they choose not to eat eggs and dairy products. Thanks to plant-based proteins like tofu, beans, lentils andRead more

The Veggie Table: Foods That Sound Vegan, But Really Aren’t

by in The Veggie Table, April 15, 2013

Foods that sound like they be meat and dairy free, like vegetable soup or non-dairy creamer often contain ingredients you’re not expecting. Be sure to check labels and ask your server at restaurants what foods contain, especially for the foods on this list.

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