Was it easy? Did you really have more energy? I'm NOT interested in being a full fledged vegan but I can do vegetarian! And input would be appreciated!
Asked by Anonymous at 8:24 AM on Jan. 6, 2009 in Food & Drink
I've been a vegetarian, since my mom was three months pregnant with me, and if you're thinking of becoming a "veggie", it's best to educate yourself on how to blend the right foods to make a complete protein, if you're not using dairy and/or eggs, since dairy and eggs are complete proteins. Tofu, lentils and soybeans are protein packed and can be flavorful, if you know how to make it that way, also you can use tofu, beans, lentils, and soybeans in place of meats, poultry and fish for your mainstream meals. The next time you visit your local grocery store (depending on where you live), go to the health food sections, also, look for Morningstar Farm, Worthington and Loma LInda products,just to name a few. Google "Vegetarian Times", "The Food Network", etc. and narrow your search to vegetarian. Good Luck.
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