7 Ways to Find Delicious Recipes | Healthy and Delicious Secret Vegetarian Recipes

| January 28, 2012 | 25 Comments

www.FreeGuideToSecrets.com 7 Ways to Find Delicious Recipes | Healthy and Delicious Secret Vegetarian Recipes Sometimes when people decide to become vegetarian they struggle with vegetarian cooking because they can’t find delicious vegetarian recipes. This video will show you 7 Ways to Find Delicious Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes. Here is the list: 1 Buy cookbooks, cooking videos or eBooks on vegetarian & vegan cooking The best way to learn something is to see it happen. Learning is a receptive skill that comes naturally to human beings. One can buy cook books from anywhere local book stores, internet etc. 2 Searching the internet for vegetarian and vegan websites like blogs Internet certainly has become the first and last of everything. You can search on the internet for vegetarian recipes and you will be flooded with options. 3 Joining free and paid online website newsletters and subscriptions If you are willing to make strong efforts to learn vegetarian and vegan cooking, you can also join free or paid online website newsletters and subscription. 4 Buying magazines in your local shops People today have become very conscious about what they eat. They not only want the food to be healthy but delicious too. This is the sole reason why so many cooking magazines are flooding the markets. 5 Asking from your vegan and vegetarian friends Seeking advice from others is all together a great option. You may have many vegetarian and vegan friends. Seek help from them. They might

Very simple and delicious meal, 100% vegan! 1/2 Japanese eggplant 1/2 medium onion Other vegetables you can add: mushrooms, carrots, olives, zucchini, squash, etc. 250g canned gluten burger (wheat and soy protein) 300g of your favorite spaghetti sauce (I used Kagome Anna Mamma トマト&バジル (tomato and basil)) 80-100g organic whole wheat spaghetti noodles Italian herbs to taste (fresh is preferred, but dried will also work) Sauté onion until softened, add gluten burger, cook until hot. Add eggplant and herbs, cook until eggplant is softened. Meanwhile, boil water and cook noodles according to package or until al dente. Add sauce to to gluten veggie mix and cook until warm. Finally, drain noodles and serve on plate, top with “meat” sauce. Enjoy! -Dusty
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  1. mrdown152 says:

    yee chile :d

  2. ireallydontcare4u says:

    they put meat in the sauce lol

  3. dragateli says:

    wow! looks amazing!
    I’m in Canada and I need to find myself some veggie burger hahaha

    I usually just use vegetables. Keep it up

  4. blatinoboy says:

    @stinkyslinky432 It taste like meat, doesn’t mean it’s an actual animal product. Retard.

  5. EricSchwin22 says:

    No Fish? GAH! Fish is great.

  6. stinkyslinky432 says:

    Vegan spaghetti with “meat” sauce… right

  7. r4x2 says:

    Awesome video! I love Japan, kind of want to move there, and I am a vegetarian, so this looks delicious to me.

  8. greentea11 says:

    loving the music in the background!! haha awsome videos btw.

  9. khalilahinjapan says:

    thank you for the video. After reading up on the vegetarian life, I have decided to try it out. I live in Japan also so it can be a bit more difficult than going veg back home.

  10. LifeInShiga says:

    come on over! i’ll have some ready for you!

  11. 1999LetsGo says:

    man i want some =[

  12. ChemistInJapan says:

    I can’t stand eggplant.

  13. LifeInShiga says:

    Thanks, Italian is all about the mood. :)

  14. LifeInShiga says:

    lol :)

  15. LifeInShiga says:

    This was given to me by a friend who bought it in Thailand, but it is available in health food stores, probably not the same brand, but ask for it and they should be able to get it.

  16. LifeInShiga says:

    You are welcome and I’m glad I can do my part to help!

  17. LifeInShiga says:

    thank you!

  18. LifeInShiga says:

    lol, well, we welcome you when you are ready!

  19. LifeInShiga says:

    Thank you so much :)

  20. LifeInShiga says:

    Thanks!

  21. LifeInShiga says:

    There are so many ways to prepare tofu and some you don’t even know you are eating it. Also, it is one of those things where you might have to start changing your mentality about it and telling yourself that it’s healthy and it tastes good. :)

  22. LifeInShiga says:

    Thanks a lot for the comment!

    I have been paid and it’s quite nice! :) It was only my first paycheck that took so long, from here on, I’ll be paid monthly.

    As for the gluten burger, the stuff I used came from Thailand, but you should be able to get it at your local health food store and if you don’t see it, ask them and they might be able to order it.

  23. LifeInShiga says:

    LOL! You can’t tell me you don’t like eggplant parmesan. I’ve never tried it with Japanese eggplant, but mmmm, it’s good!

  24. LifeInShiga says:

    I’d hope things have changed in 10 years! :)
    At least where I am, Kagome has all sorts of tomato products including a few types of sauces in jars. I’ve only tried the tomato and basil, but I’m sure the others are tasty as well.
    I need to learn the different types of mushrooms. I made the same recipe last night and used mushrooms, quite nice! Not sure which type they were though.

  25. jinxiipixii says:

    Andrea Bocelli and Vegan Italian. Nice 😀

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