Vegan Vegetarian Recipe Club

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I am thinking about getting healthy and turn to vegan or vegetarian diet.

I thought I would start a club where people could share recipes they have tried that is not only healthy but tasty.

once I have started on my "journey"

I will begin to post recipes as well

cheers.
 
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I am thinking about getting healthy and turn to vegan or vegetarian diet.

I thought I would start a club where people could share recipes they have tried that is not only healthy but tasty.

once I have started on my "journey"

I will begin to post recipes as well

cheers.
Cool idea, how's it going?
 
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sorry, I haven't logged in for such a long time now.

not many people seem to be interested in it

and I don't when I will be logging in next time

so this thread might as well be closed.
I hope it doesn't close even if you come on every so often, vegan is an awesome idea. I'm not vegan, but I eat vegan for a few weeks or months to get away from meats, and thru out my life have been a vegetarian for three years at a time. I eat loma linda products and morning star. I was never a meat person, I would think of what starch i wanted to eat and everything went around that, lol, cuz that's not so healthy. Now i'm into shredding up raw cabbage, carrots, tomatoes, onion, garlic, broccoli and making my own dressings, with greek yogurt, with a little organic vinegar, lemon, cayenne, garlic powder, salt, pepper, parsley, etc
 
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I hope it doesn't close even if you come on every so often, vegan is an awesome idea. I'm not vegan, but I eat vegan for a few weeks or months to get away from meats, and thru out my life have been a vegetarian for three years at a time. I eat loma linda products and morning star. I was never a meat person, I would think of what starch i wanted to eat and everything went around that, lol, cuz that's not so healthy. Now i'm into shredding up raw cabbage, carrots, tomatoes, onion, garlic, broccoli and making my own dressings, with greek yogurt, with a little organic vinegar, lemon, cayenne, garlic powder, salt, pepper, parsley, etc
sounds very healthy;)
 
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The other day I made a big pot of veggies consist of cabbage, onions, carrots, broccoli, garlic, chicken broth, made it into a soup. I didn't like it even though it had lots of flavor, with lots of seasonings, so i put it all in the vita-mix, then i loved it all creamy and delicious. lol
 
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so i put it all in the vita-mix, then i loved it all creamy and delicious. lol
Now that's the way to do it. In my extracting machine I put fruit, veggies (spinach and mixed greens), coconut water, cashews. I have one big one a day when I get home from work and that's how I get my veggies and fruit in. The thing about it is you only taste the fruit not the veggies.
 
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Seventh Day Adventist vegans and vegetarians may live a decade longer than their meat eating cousins:
http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-blue-zone-loma-linda-20150711-story.html

I ate brown rice and boiled dry beans for protein. I also ate tofu. For breakfast this morning I cooked oatmeal with 2 tbsp ground flax seed, half a frozen banana and a few frozen blueberries. I cooked it for three minutes in my microwave. Ground flax seed is available at my local Walmart in the baking items aisle.

Ground flax seed contains alphalipoic acid that may be used by the body to synthesize vital fatty acid chains.
 
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Hello dqhall, I think you've just kick started the vegetarian club!

Seventh Day Adventist vegans and vegetarians may live a decade longer than their meat eating cousins:
http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-blue-zone-loma-linda-20150711-story.html

I ate brown rice and boiled dry beans for protein. I also ate tofu. For breakfast this morning I cooked oatmeal with 2 tbsp ground flax seed, half a frozen banana and a few frozen blueberries. I cooked it for three minutes in my microwave. Ground flax seed is available at my local Walmart in the baking items aisle.

Ground flax seed contains alphalipoic acid that may be used by the body to synthesize vital fatty acid chains.
Everyday, I make the following drink in my 'well-known' drinks blender.

2 x tablespoons oatmeal
1 x tablespoon mixed seeds (pumpkin/sunflower/sesame) - (already ground down in my well known drinks blender) - but also available ready ground at health food stores!
1 x big pinch of walnuts (magnesium-good for old people and everyone)
I x hand full of spinach
1/2 a banana
blueberries
soya milk

AND it actually tastes nice. Unlike most of the recipes included with my well known drinks blender!

All good stuff and it sets me up for the day!

PS I too eat brown rice and beans and wholemeal pasta:)