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Preparing gourmet recipes with pictures meatless food is much simpler and faster than conventional dishes as gourmet recipes for two vegetables do not require lengthy cooking procedures. Raw foodists even espouse not cooking at all and keeping produce in its most nutritious state. However, this is probably one of the most challenging lifestyle choices to sustain. Vegetarians who are not so strict allow themselves dairy products and eggs.

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Vegetarian cooking

  1. 1. Vegetarian Cooking Preparing gourmet recipes with pictures meatless food is much simpler and faster than conventional dishes as gourmet recipes for two vegetables do not require lengthy cooking procedures. Raw foodists even espouse not cooking at all and keeping produce in its most nutritious state. However, this is probably one of the most challenging lifestyle choices to sustain. Vegetarians who are not so strict allow themselves dairyproducts and eggs. Vegetarian food can be as simple or as gourmet as one desires. For specialoccasions, expensive and hard-to-find ingredients like porcini mushrooms and truffleoils can be incorporated for a gourmet experience. For everyday cooking, a trip tothe farmers market or even the grocery is sure to inspire one to prepare a variety ofhealthy dishes. Most of the recipes shared here are easy to prepare with fresh flavor profilefrom simple grilled vegetables to soups, sidings, breads and starches. Nutrient dense fruit and vegetables, nuts, seeds and oils are the foundation ofa balanced vegetarian plate. Like any lifestyle practice, care must be taken thatenough macro- and micro-nutrients are consumed especially if one is not consuminganimal products which are usually the main source of protein for most people. For those who are transitioning to vegetarianism, they usually have challengeseating with non-vegetarian companions in most restaurants. However, there aremore and more eating places from fine dining establishments to fast food joints thatoffer a variety of vegetarian options or can prepare some of their dishes withoutmeat. A sustainable menu plan of home-made dishes devoid of any meat, poultryand seafood are achievable given some creativeness in the kitchen. If anything, itencourages resourcefulness in sourcing ingredients to provide variety to the staplevegetables and fruit. Quinoa, amaranth, couscous, tamari, liquid aminos, andcountless other grains, seasoning and ingredients additionally provide nutrients frommore readily available ingredients. Any cooking method allows itself a variety of applications in the world ofvegetarian cuisine. In fact, it even embraces non-traditional ways to prepare foodscompared to conventional diets. Vegetarian dishes can be prepared with the useof blending (raw soups), dehydrating (cookies, breads and meat-simulated foodslike burgers from flax) and fermenting (drinks and pickled food). Additional tools such as high-speed blenders, dehydrators, spiral slicers,mandolins, high-speed blenders, sprouting jars and trays are investments of vegans intheir quest for attaining 100% raw food consumption.

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