It goes without saying that vegetarian recipes need not only be for vegetarians. In fact one of the best vegetarian books I own was written by a meat eater
If you are not used to eating vegetarian it is a whole new and exciting concept to take a vegetable and base your whole meal around it instead of having a chunk of flesh as the central ingredient.
Now although I a not a vegetarian myself, I do not eat a lot of meat. In fact recently I have gone weeks without it.
Mostly, vegetarians do not eat meat simply because they do not want to eat animals. Some just don't like meat but don't mind cooking it for others
For me, I eat vegetarian most days mainly for health reasons. Having had an excrutiatingly stuck kidney stone plus an agonisingly painful knee joint, I found my health in these areas improved massively by cutting out meat.
Also ,increasingly, as I learn more about the meat industry, I am finding I really don't like the way we go about producing meat and indeed also dairy products.
But that's enough of that. If you want to hear more, click here(vegetarian) or more thoughts on the (food industry)
Now let's get back to some really tasty.......
I find, the simpler the recipe the more delicious it is and pictured at the top of this page is one of my favourites - cabbasta. A mix of cabbage, long dangly pasta and a few other bits and pieces
And next, what could be easier than these tasty veggie bhaji burgers - which are in fact vegan, photo below
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and of course all vegan recipes (t2 draft) are also suitable for vegetarians
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