How to be Vegetarian/whole foods eating

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How to be Vegetarian/whole foods eating

I have met many new vegetarians that just stop eating meat but do not know HOW to eat differently. This is NOT a group to discuss the pros or cons of being or not being vegetarian. This is a space to share recipes and healthy eating.

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Comment by Dave Burdick on June 19, 2013 at 2:59pm

For anyone wanting to learn about Vegetarian diet get a copy of Laural's Kitchen. Best book going. Get a first addition if you can find one. It is a great place to start.

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Comment by RevNira on March 12, 2013 at 11:40pm

any veg head YOGIs around? are u or anyone u know comin to india soooon? there are a few pics on my page. i am offering space for 2 in my temple and meals for some help 4 or 5 hours per day with ashram work. mornings before its too hot and then you are free for the day and night to enjoy the love of our sacred river and amazing little town. any takers? message me! our website is not live yet but sincere interest i can send you the design link. its nearly finished and will be launched in a couple weeks. we are a non-profit NGO providing scholarships and housing a very special occult, esoteric and Vedantic library bequeathed to me by my Guruji to manage. right now we are starting from zero as our Guru took his Transition and passed from this life 3 months ago. you will be infintely blessed to help us <3 an welcome hOMe any time and stay up to 2 weeks!!!!  i am a voluntary seva worker myself and we unfortunately cannot provide transportation or airfare to get here - just love and a hOMe once you arrive.  and good vegetarian indian food!

Comment by Miranda Lynn (Netzah) on April 14, 2012 at 4:09pm

@ Annie--- WTH, I'll try your  "hairy legs and patchouli scented hippie" flavored concoction... LMBO!!! That's hilarious! I'd be lying if I said I hadn't come up with a few of those myself! Ha!

Comment by Miranda Lynn (Netzah) on April 14, 2012 at 4:05pm

A great way to season squash and zucchini is with an organic/vegan garden vegetable bouillon cube. I wash and slice the veggies into a glass baking dish, then crumble the cube on top and bake. The flavor is awesome! I also tried it the other night with some organic Carribean Jerk seasoning. Yummie!  

Comment by RevNira on March 12, 2012 at 2:01am

little wing that is one incredible holiday for your kids to enjoy and remember

 

Comment by RevNira on March 12, 2012 at 1:58am

star fruits and home made carob or choc dipped berries have been other easter favs...

Comment by little wing on March 11, 2012 at 11:30pm

Wow, RevNira, dear, that is one elaborate easter set-up.   Like you, I didn't want all the unhealthiness that goes with the easter baskets.  My simpler version was to fill my babes baskets with the first and exotic fresh fruits.  They got fresh organic strawberries, blood oranges... anything I could think of, find, that was special.  I did throw in some gourmet jellybeans and a chocolate bunny.  We took the colored eggs (done with jtangte tools or the homemade version: pencils, aluminum foil and a thumbtack) at a party at our house, a picnic lunch, and the baskets to the forest/desert... somewhere beautiful to celebrate equinox.  There, I hid the eggs and baskets; we had a relaxed and fun day.   Last year, my son took us hiking in one of the places we loved to celebrate our equinox... great memories!  I highly recommend picking your holidays to celebrate and creating something you and your children will love and pass on.  I bet your daughter can relate great stories from her easters with you, RevNira; and I hope she still does some of that really cool basket ritual.

Annie, I hope you just felt like Superwoman for hours after drinking that pineapple/hemp/spinachy stuff!  Some herbs that fix this type of situation include parsley, mints, anise... anything minty, or sweet; strong.

Comment by RevNira on March 10, 2012 at 10:28pm

LMAO annie you are too funny. heres a spring equinox/ easter tip from an old hippie granny... omg i cant believe thats 'me' im pointing to... when my daughter was a wee lass in the 1980s....  i used to sprout wheat grass in a basket for easter (start 5- 7 days early but alfalfa perfoms in 2-3 in a pinch) and then we would juice it after we ate the chocolates (home made chocolate and peanut butter filled yellow chocducks and green coconut jellybean nests - i had a paint box of natural colorings i kept under lock and key like an artist would wtith oil paints made of real minerals and gems....)  im sure today we could be healthier if you do easter at all.  i once made a wheat grass altar - 7 long rectangle planters each with a votive lit in front of them- for a spring interfaith service where i wanted minimalism and no overt symbolisms.

Comment by RevNira on March 6, 2012 at 12:47pm
 

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