Click of the Wrist – Go Veg

Eat too much last weekend? October?World Vegetarian Month?is the perfect time to make up for overindulging. Vegetarian fare isn’t bland and tasteless; in fact, a large percentage of the world’s population eats primarily meatless meals, and many of these are bursting with flavour. Add in new interpretations of old stand-bys, and you have a menu that just might get you rethinking meat. Click through the links for some inspiration!

Meatless Mondays

The Meatless Monday campaign advocates awareness of healthier and more sustainable eating by encouraging pledges to keep just one weekday vegetarian-friendly. The website contains some recipes, but even more resources (including materials for schools and organizations).

Vegan MoFo

Vegan Month of Food?Vegan MoFo for short?is a phenomenon that began online and spread rapidly. Food bloggers commit to posting a vegan recipe every day during the month of October. The main site highlights different categories of food each day. With over 800 bloggers participating, Vegan MoFo is a goldmine of menu ideas.

The Lighter Side

Surprisingly, some vegetarian and vegan recipes come loaded with fat and salt. The Fatfree Vegan Kitchen blog?one of my personal favourites?is full of delicious recipes as well as product and cookbook reviews. Subscribe to the feed or search the archives for recipes?not to mention ways to up the health factor of your vegan table!

Waste Not

You’re all excited about cooking more vegetables?so how to keep produce fresh until You’re ready to use it? This article, from Vegetarian Times magazine, has some suggestions and handy charts.

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