Vegetarian and Vegan

10 Amazing Health Benefits Of Flaxseeds And Flaxseed Oil

Benefits of Flax Seeds and Oil

Flaxseeds and Flaxseed oil are very popular in Vegetarian diets because they are a rich non-animal source of Omega-3 fatty acids. Also called as linseeds, anybody can add flaxseeds into their diet very easily.

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Which Vegetables Are Rich In Proteins?

Protein Rich Foods

Proteins are such an important part of the nutrient intake of a body, that they just can’t be neglected. In fact it needs extra attention considering the limited options in protein filled food items in a vegetarian diet!

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Fried Rice with Nori

 Recipe for Fried Rice with Wild Nori.
Our nori goes excellently with all cooked grains, especially rice. Simply roast it and crumple it on, or sprinkle on our pre-roasted Nori Granules Sea Seasoning. For something a little creative with rice try this recipe from Montse Bradford.

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Gluckastan

 This recipe came from the Pacific Northwest where the Tsawatainak Indian tribe would harvest their local laver (nori) each year and cook it up with corn. Traditionally they undoubtedly did not use dairy products, but by the time Judith Cooper Madlener came on this recipe, they had started using a local brand of creamed corn. Take your pick.

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Gunga-Pigeon peas and rice

Recipe for Gunga (Pigeon peas & rice).
Let's see how this favorite Bahamian dish can be cooked... without meat! The recipe was excerpted with permission from the book: "The World In Your Kitchen" (out of print) by Troth Wells, ©1993.

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Heavenly Rice and Spinach

Recipe for Heavenly Rice and Spinach.
Leave standard potatoes or plain cooked rice behind! This adventurous side dish has an extraordinary rich flavor. This recipe was excerpted from The Garlic Cookbook, ©2000.

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Curried Squash

Recipe for Curried Squash and Apples with Couscous.
Here's a delicious curried squash recipe from Susan and Richard Strafursky's Savannah Inn, 330 Savannah Road Lewes, Delaware 19958.

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Sea Vegetable Recipes

Several sea vegetable recipes from InnerSelf.com

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