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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 »
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 »
Becoming Pescatarian by Diana D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 6:51pm There’s something fishy about the way I’ve been eating, and it has nothing to do with dubious food. It would appear that I’ve become a pescatarian over the past year or so. (Previously, I would have called myself a flexitarian, if anything.) It’s a curious thing, this dietary evolution of mine. My reasons for becoming pesca ... Read on »
Pescatarian Meal Options by Brittany Posted Tue 13 Mar 2012 8:34am We are now about 3 weeks into our pescatarian challenge and I’m happy to report things are going pretty well. I’m finally starting to get in a groove of meat-free, even though it hasn’t been without obstacles. I’ve found that I don’t even think about “staying on track” much, until dinner rolls around. More than once I really wanted hot win ... Read on »
Peskee… Peskah… Pescatarian by Brittany Posted Fri 24 Feb 2012 7:47am Francisco. Fraaaan cisss co. It’s fun to say. Know what else is fun to say? Pescatarian. A pescatarian is someone that is a vegetarian, but also eats fish and other seafood. At least, that’s my understanding of it. It’s also what David and I will be for the next 38 days. Why? Well I finally got around to w ... Read on »
The Great Pescatarian Experiment - the grocery haul by TorontoGirlWest Posted Wed 16 Sep 2009 12:00am For the last couple of months I have been living life the pescatarian way. At first I doubted how successful this whole experiment would be but it's actually been going ridonculously well! I even survived the temptations of a visit home to Toronto. Yaaay me! Now one aspect of my life that has been dramatically altered is grocery shopping. ... Read on »
Road Trip & Pescatarian Meal Planning by Brittany Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 8:36am Wow- what a whirlwind! Hailey and I have been on adventure around the south since Tuesday. Where exactly? Well, it started Lake Oconee visiting Nana and Papa John. She was in luck because her Great Grandma Betty was in town from Green Bay. I guess news of Hailey’s visit traveled fast because her Great Aunt Lynn and Gr ... Read on »
WIAW: Pescatarian & Fun Products by Brittany Posted Wed 29 Feb 2012 8:59am So lately I’ve had a like affair (not nearly strong enough to be considered love) with oats. Eggs haven’t sounded appealing to me since I saw this in the grocery store: Quail eggs? OK, I can get behind that. But duck eggs? For some reason it made me so sad, so I skipped buying a dozen of the regular chicken eggs. I’m certain tha ... Read on »
For Our Pescatarian Friends by Anthony A. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:01pm *** Is it possible to laugh so hard and be totally grossed out at the same time? Read on »
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 »