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Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian Mexican Breakfast Casserole by Stephanie S. Posted Thu 25 Oct 2012 5:53pm Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian Mexican Breakfast Casserole  Egg whites are one of the top sources of protein, ranking up there with lean meat, poultry and fish. More than half of an egg’s protein comes from the white part, plus,  they are low in calories and contain zero fat.   Mushrooms are an excellent source of many minerals, including … Read on »
I Think I'm Officially a Lacto-Ovo-Pescatarian by Tara Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 12:20am What a mouthful. A mouthful of vegetables. We stopped at the Country Pumpkin on our way home from the camp today. It was so great. This is why I love living in the country. Our bounty: Which in turn yielded a dinner of corn on the cob with blue cheese butter and beets and shallots (a Moosewood recipe): Delicious! Read on »
What Exactly Is A Vegetarian Diet? by Evelyn Facebook Posted Thu 04 Mar 2010 8:58am Image via Wikimedia Originally published on Planned Diet  veggieNews with Evelyn. Many people are finding ways to eat a healthier diet.  Some are even crossing over from eating an animal-based diet to eating a plant-based diet.  If any of these people were asked why they have switched to a predominately plant-based diet, they w ... Read on »
Vegetarianism – An Introduction by Meeta K. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:33pm A Vegetarian is an individual whose diet does not include meat, fish, poultry and other slaughter-by products. To what degree does he/she avoids meet distinguishes vegetarians into these further categories. Pescatarian – An individual whose diet excludes all animal flesh except fish Semi-Vegetarian or Flexitarian – Mostly veget ... Read on »
What Exactly Is A Vegetarian Diet? by Evelyn Facebook Posted Thu 04 Mar 2010 8:58am Image via Wikimedia Originally published on Planned Diet  veggieNews with Evelyn. Many people are finding ways to eat a healthier diet.  Some are even crossing over from eating an animal-based diet to eating a plant-based diet.  If any of these people were asked why they have switched to a predominately plant-based diet, they wi ... Read on »
Is a Vegetarian Diet Really That Good for You? by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 3:00am The Truth Is Out There. X-Files 1993-2002 Now, I'm game for just about anything that might make/keep me healthier and prolong (quality of) life, but I have to give you the following disclaimer:  I'm an omnivore, so you'll need to pry that well marbled USDA Prime rib eye from my cold dead hands.  But just yesterday, I stumbled up ... Read on »
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE VEGETARIAN BUT STILL EAT FISH AND CHICKEN? by Jessie Posted Mon 07 Mar 2011 8:48pm by Alice Bartlett Question by Tobias Black: How is it probable to be vegetarian but nevertheless consume fish and chicken? I became a vegetarian 2 years ago (approximately) and when I inform individuals I am one, the 1st point they usually ask is, Do you consume chicken or fish? I constantly say, No… I am a VEGETARIAN! My brother ... Read on »
The Pescatarian Debate. by Peas in a Blog Posted Wed 22 Aug 2012 8:27am If I had a nickle for every time I get asked “Do you eat fish?” when I say I’m a vegetarian I’d be rich! This was the statement I made a couple of weeks ago to a friend when we were out for dinner & the waiter asked me if I wanted to look at the seafood options since they’re “vegetarian”. That got me thinking: How many people have the sa ... Read on »
On being ovo-lacto veg for 5+ months by Sam's Mom Posted Thu 13 May 2010 7:52am Ode to Trader Joe’s Oh how I love your soy-chorizo And it’s yummy spice Great in burritos, enchiladas And veggies with some rice Your sister, sage-y sausage Is quite delicious too Lovely with eggs, sweet potatoes Or even a thick-rich stew  Being vegetarian Is difficult no longer Now that I have yummy ... Read on »
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BEING A VEGETARIAN AND BEING A VEGAN? by Jessie Posted Wed 17 Aug 2011 2:47am Question by It really is That Guy: What is the difference between staying a vegetarian and becoming a vegan? Also, do you feel it is healthier to be a vegan/vegetarian or to consume meat and other animal products? —————————————— Answer by blah a vegetarian does not consume meat, and a vegan does not eat any animals goods like m ... Read on »