29 Tasty Vegetarian Paleo Recipes

via Jessica Misener - BuzzFeed 1. Sauteéd Shiitake and Broccoli Rabe with Fried Egg jenessasdinners.blogspot.com Everything’s better with a fried egg on it. Recipe here. 2. Oven-Baked Carrot and Sweet Potato Fries wishfulchef.com Fries are paleo. FRIES ARE PALEO. Recipe here. 3. Scallion Pancakes studio-snacks.com studio-snacks.com A paleo take on a classic Chinese treat. Recipe here. 4. Chocolate Chip Banana Pancakes livinghealthywithchocolate.com... Continue Reading →

Vegetarian Chickpea Sandwich Filling

via Fishlove - All Recipes Serve this tasty sandwich spread on crusty whole grain rolls or pita bread, with lettuce and tomato. Other raw, chopped vegetables can be substituted for the celery. Your favorite salad dressing can be substituted for the mayo. Ingredients Original recipe makes 2 to 3 serving 1 (19 ounce) can garbanzo... Continue Reading →

Salmon: Wild vs. Farm

via Daily Infographic For the past year, I have taken red meat and chicken out of my diet. I quite cold turkey, and it wasn’t hard really. I suppose knowing that a meatless life equaled a healthier one helped motivate me to say no to the meat. However, in order to still get some protein into my diet, I... Continue Reading →

Honey-Mustard Broccoli Salad

via Vegetarian Times Makes 4 servings Protein- and fiber-rich black beluga lentils make this salad totally satisfying. The lentils are soaked overnight to shorten cooking time and enhance digestibility. Salad ½ cup black beluga lentils, rinsed and soaked 8 hours or overnight 1 head broccoli, cut into florets (4 cups) 1 small red onion or... Continue Reading →

A Guide To Vegetarian Protein Sources

via Sarah Haan, Registered Dietitian & Nicole Nichols, Health Educator - Spark People Eating a vegetarian diet can be very healthful and rewarding. However, most vegetarians—including soon-to-be vegetarians and their meat-eating loved ones—are concerned about getting adequate protein. Most people are accustomed to getting protein from meat, but what else contains protein? Fortunately, with a bit of extra... Continue Reading →

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