Vegetables for Any Vegetarian Diet Looking for different vegetables to cook on your vegetarian diet? For my thirty days of vegetarian meals and recipes, I’ve compiled a roundup of vegetable recipes I’ve made and posted on Kitchen Southern Hospitality. Some of the recipes may include meat. Change the recipes to fit your particular vegetarian style. Recipe Roundup Slow Cooker Vegetable Medley – a meal for two Chicken Apple Sausage and Vegetable Soup – You may want to substitute the sausage for a vegan type or leave out the sausage if you prefer. Vegetable and Fruit Smoothie – This recipe uses fresh, raw vegetables, a great recipeRead More →

Sweet Potato Recipe Roundup Need an easy-to-make simple vegetarian meal? Cook sweet potatoes and serve with all the fixins (or fixings if you aren’t from the South). Bake, boil, grill, or cook them in a slow cooker. Serve loaded baked sweet potatoes for a tasty and filling dish. Make it strictly vegetarian or semi-vegetarian. Like a baked russet potato, a sweet potato can be prepared as a meal in itself. I looked up sweet potatoes and came up with a roundup of recipes that look amazing. Read the list below and see which recipes you think look appetizing. Plaintain Sweet Potato Tacos, http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/plantain-sweet-potato-tacos-with-guacamole/ – This isRead More →

A Semi-Vegetarian Recipe Today’s featured semi-vegetarian recipe is yellow squash. Grow this delicious vegetable in your garden, and preserve it in your freezer. Puttin’ up vegetables (the Southern way of saying preserving, canning, or freezing vegetables) will keep you from having to purchase high-priced organic food at the supermarket throughout the year. Preserve the squash by blanching it. Blanching Squash The blanching process starts with washing the squash, then cutting slices about 1/8″ to 1/4″ thick, depending on how thin you like it. Boil water on the stove, enough to completely cover the squash slices you have. Some people add salt, about two tablespoons, toRead More →

Need to Eat Healthier? Try Out a Part-Time Vegetarian or Flexitarian Diet for 30 Days I love to eat eggs, cheese, and meat. That certainly limits my choice of becoming vegan. Patty Cakes Pantry and Kitchen Southern Hospitality food bloggers agreed to a 30-day vegan blogging and eating plan. At first, I said yes. I reconsidered. How could I be vegan for an entire month? No way. But vegetarian? Maybe. When I looked closer at vegetarian options, I saw the flexibility of food choices. Then I discovered a term, flexitarian. It’s the same as a part-time vegetarian or semi-vegetarian. That could work for me. CanRead More →

Vegetarian Burrito Day Today begins my thirty days of vegetarian recipes. This month will be challenging for me because I like to eat meat. But like my dad told me once, “A person doesn’t need to eat meat every day.” So in April, I’ve decided I will skip meat a few days each week and see how I feel at the end of the month.Read More →