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14:What is a vegetarian recipe that meat lovers love in 2024

14:What is a vegetarian recipe that meat lovers love in 2024

14:What is a vegetarian recipe that meat lovers love in 2024

Good Lord! There are so many, and here I’m thinking only of “Indian” dishes, but there are plenty from other cuisines, too.

I won’t bore you with the usual suspects. I will tell you about homemade Shawarma. This dish ( associated with the Middle East) usually uses chicken, although other meats like goat or mutton can be used too.

My wife is great at making chicken shawarma, and we all enjoy it. Plenty of roasted vegetables are in the mix, and we have learned to substitute the customary form of bread with Indian roti. (We did try Mexican Tortilla in the past.) A lifelong friend (of my wife) and her husband were coming to dinner, and we knew they were vegetarian. My son wanted Shawarma, so I suggested Paneer Shawarma. My son is a carnivore and dislikes vegetarian food but sometimes can be persuaded/coerced into eating it.

So my wife used cubed Paneer pieces, browning them off in a little oil.

Then, she treated the Paneer as if she was making Chicken Shawarma. By the way, she roasts the sliced vegetables separately in the oven with a drizzle of olive oil. When the Paneer (or the meat for the non-veg variety) is ready, she combines them and cooks them together so that the flavors can amalgamate. Then, it is just a matter of adding a generous mix to a roti.

And add whatever dressing/sauce you prefer. Then, you can turn it into a wrap. (The image used below has a different filling.)

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Our guests loved the dish, and my son won over. So we’ve been cooking Paneer Shawarma in our house ever since that event 8 years ago. It is also a great way to get vegetables into our carnivore son.

What are some vegetarian recipes that meat lovers love?

Being a vegan, I have never tasted nonvegetarian food and am completely ignorant of the taste and texture of non-vegetarian dishes. While poring through cookbooks, I found recipes on soya nuggets and raw jack fruit. These recipes were cited as comparing to nonvegetarian foods in taste and texture. Soy nuggets were likened to chicken and raw jackfruit to mutton. Hence, meat lovers will prefer these vegetarian dishes.

Raw jack fruit curry

Raw jack fruit- 1 cup diced

Onion- 2 nos

Tomatoes- 2 nos

Fennel seeds- 1 tsp+Coconut paste- 1/2 cup

ginger garlic paste- 1 tsp

Cinnamon- 1 stick

Cloves- 3 nos

Chili powder- 2–3 tsp

Salt to taste, oil for cooking, coriander leaves for garnishing

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Method– In a pan or pressure cooker, add oil. Add cinnamon, cloves, sliced onion, and salt when hot. Add ginger, garlic paste, chili powder, and turmeric powder when it turns translucent. Saute well. Add diced raw jack fruit and water, stir well, and cook for 3–4 whistles. When it cools, remove the lid, add the coconut paste, and keep stirring for a few minutes. Switch off and garnish with coriander leaves.

Soya chunks Manchurian

Soak soya chunks in hot water, and after 10 minutes, squeeze excess water and add plain flour, corn flour, salt, red chili powder, and ginger garlic paste. Deep fry in hot oil and keep it aside. Prepare Manchurian sauce tos and fried soya nuggets, and garnish with spring onions.

What are incredible vegetarian recipes that will make you forget about meat?

Here is my all-time favorite idea for vegetarian recipes.

It is an unconventional meal made of a main dish and a dessert: not exactly the most “orthodox” way of combining food, but it tastes amazing, and you cannot get enough of it! Oh, and it is perfectly vegetarian, mind you.

I am not a meat hater, but I follow a balanced diet. Except when I face pasta al pesto (pasta with pesto sauce):

Followed by a smoking hot sea

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So, the recipes. The first one is straightforward seadas; however, they are a bit more time-consuming. Both are absolutely worth the effort, though.

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Pasta al pesto. It is usually made with trenette

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 pasta, a type of narrow, flat pasta very common in Liguria, Italy. Should you not find it, linguine

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 pasta is always a good substitute. Remember that the word “pasta” stands for an ingredient – not the dish as a whole. Four people will require half a cup of extra-virgin olive oil, a quarter cup of pine nuts, a pinch of salt, two cloves of finely chopped garlic, a couple of cups of fresh basil leaves, half a cup of freshly grated Parmigiano cheese. Some add a couple of tablespoons of freshly grated pecorino cheese to enhance the flavor (it is up to you). Blend everything in a blender and make it as creamy as possible while bringing a pot full of salty water to a boil. Dump in your pasta, stir it occasionally, and use a couple of spoonfuls of starchy water to thin your pesto sauce if it is too thick.

Drain pasta one or two minutes before the recommended cooking time, sautée it with the sauce, and serve it immediately. Repeat as much as you need, nobody will be telling you off (I shan’t).

Seada. Although the key ingredients may not be easily available (they come from Sardinia, Italy), you can try your own version too. Make flat, round-shaped dough (10–15 centimeters diameter) of semolina

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 wheat, fill them with grated soured pecorino cheese and orange zest. Seal the filling with another round piece of dough atop, deep fry your soda and sprinkle it with sugar or pour a little honey. Again, repeat as much as you need. I am looking away. Both are as vegetarian as it gets, are they not?

Can vegetarians like meat?

There are two sides to this answer coin; then again, there is a divide.

I will give an anecdotic example of each:

  1. I was brought up eating meat, but from early childhood on, I was less comfortable with ‘recognizable’ meat like chicken etc. So, gradually, I ate less and less. I became a real vegetarian at age 15, and I have never eaten a shred of meat (or fish etc.) since.
  2. Like nearly everyone, there were many types of meat (etc.) I loved. But I never ate them again. Now, most smells coming from a kitchen where meat (etc.) is cooked have a (very) negative association with me; I think about dead animals/carcasses etc.
  3. Some smells, however, make me remember how good some things tasted. Some make me even crave it. I remember a long time ago when I was helping a friend with a party, serving lobster soup. I still remember that subtle smell.
  4. But I did never eat it again.
  5. My two kids were brought up vegetarian. I never gave them any meat. They came to curse me because they were always considered ‘difficult’ when they played with or stayed with friends from kindergarten age on (at some places, mothers ‘forced’ them meat or ‘hid’ it in a dish – quite inconsiderate in my opinion – so they end up eating some meat, but rarely) through their university roommates and fraternity/sorority friends.
  6. a. My son hates not being part of the group, and he is a ‘gourmand,’ so he started to eat meat and loves things like a great hamburger or a good steak. However, there are many things, like any fish or seafood, he will never even endeavor to try (or tried and hated).
  7. b. My daughter has a grudge that I taught her that meat is ‘bad.’ She is much less strict than I am (I would not touch any dish in which any type of meat is used, like beef stock or gelatin), but still, she very much dislikes the idea of ‘eating a dead thing’ and dislikes the taste of any meat, she tried things like bacon several times.

14:What is a vegetarian recipe that meat lovers love in 2024

What food has a vegetarian version that you like better than the original with meat?

Not quite “with meat,” but close enough.

Marshmallows are typically made with gelatin, derived from animal bones, so there’s a market for vegetarian alternatives. A vegan confectioner was operating under the name Sweet and Sara some years ago. My lovely and talented spouse, who is a vegetarian, needed marshmallows and bought some from them. They were amazing. It has a pillowy texture, is not too sticky or soft, and has a divine vanilla flavor. They were hands down the best marshmallows I have ever tasted, a wonderful confection in their own right rather than just sweet, puffy filler, and far better than any gelatin-based marshmallow. We continued to buy from them as the need arose.

Alas, they closed down in 2018, the victim of rising real estate costs, and two of the people involved in the tiny family business are reaching retirement age, so I will never be able to have them again. But, oh, they were marvelous while they lasted.

What dish can you cook for meat-eating people and vegetarians together? What’s a dish you can separate the part with meat from the rest and have it still be a nice dish?

Ours is a mixed household.

In my family, some eat meat, and others don’t, but I never spend extra time preparing two completely different menus.

How do I plan meals without doubling the time spent in the kitchen or grocery store?

The answer is redundancy.

I cook two meals at one time using the same basic ingredients for both recipes.

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For the vegetarians:

Pasta salad with carrots, diced orange bells, cilantro, onion, celery, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, sliced olives, sharp cheddar* and a honey/lime/cilantro dressing:

For the carnivores:

Beef stew with carrots, diced orange bells, cilantro, onion, celery, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, garlic and potatoes.

14:What is a vegetarian recipe that meat lovers love in 2024

Although it takes some multi-tasking, it is simple to drain/rinse your boiled pasta and make a dressing while the meat browns on the stovetop.

Voilà! Two different meals using similar ingredients, with prep time under twenty minutes.

If you or your guests are sensitive to the aroma of roasting meat, or even during especially hot weather–stew can be cooked outdoors in a slow cooker:

*Use vegan cheese if your guests don’t eat dairy products.

What are some yummy vegetarian recipes?

Whole wheat flatbread.

  • Sift 2 cups of whole wheat flour, 1 tbsp baking powder, and 1 tsp salt onto a big cutting board.
  • Pour about 4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil using a kitchen scraper and chop into the dry ingredients until you get some pea-sized pellets.
  • Add 1 cup of almond milk a couple of tbsps at a time, chopping in and mixing with the flour until you can form a wet ball.
  • Brush the inside of a storage container with olive oil and put in the ball of dough. Roll it around a little to coat it with oil. Cover with a damp cloth and ignore for an hour or a few.
  • Dump it out on a floured cutting board. Use the scraper to chop it into eight even pieces.
  • Roll each piece out to about a quarter inch and sear on each side on a hot, dry cast iron skillet.

Is it better to be a Vegetarian or Meat-eater?

This entirely depends on the vegetarian meal and the meat meal.

For instance, a “meal” of fried pickles and mozzarella sticks followed by Oreos and washed down with a Coke is completely vegetarian.

Grain-fed grilled chicken breast atop brown rice and paired with fresh salad greens dressed in lemon, high-quality olive oil and salt is a meat meal.

The meat meal here is the healthier option.

You can also have a wrap with baba ganoush, greens, roasted red peppers, artichoke hearts, caramelized red onions, and red wine vinaigrette.

You can have a Big Mac from McDonalds.

The vegetarian meal here is the healthier option.

Simply not eating meat doesn’t automatically make a diet healthier or unhealthier. I’ve seen people go vegetarian and then gain 20 pounds because while they cut meat, they overdosed on empty carbs. I’ve seen people go vegetarian and lose 20 pounds because they cut out processed and fried meats and switched to baked tofu and black beans. In terms of straight-up health, it depends on the diet and the person. Replacing lean turkey with cheese curds is not so good. Replacing chicken-fried steak with roasted portobello mushrooms – is better.

A balanced pescatarian diet is likely the overall healthiest choice, but it all depends. Wild-caught salmon is good. Fish sticks are not so good.

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What vegetarian dishes will meat lovers like?

Originally Answered: What vegetarian dishes will meat lovers like?

Here are just a few:

  • Cheese and mushroom lasagna
  • Greek salad (horiatiki)
  • Spaghetti
  • Vegetable chow mein
  • Hummus & tabbouleh platter
  • Guacamole tacos or tostadas
  • Green chile & cheese tamales
  • Roasted red pepper soup
  • Vegetable stew
  • Stuffed bell peppers or cabbage leaves
  • Spinach & ricotta ravioli with pesto sauce
  • Chile Rellenos

There are hundreds of items that could be added to this list. As a chef, I have even created vegan dishes for which omnivores had nothing but praise.

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What is your favorite vegetarian recipe?

Crispy Corn

Ingredients:

200 g – sweet corn

25 g – maida

1 tsp – garlic paste

1 – big sized onion chopped

1 tsp – green chilli chopped

1 to 2 tsp – capsicum chopped (red, yellow, green)

black paper (to taste)

salt to taste

oil for frying

chat masala

1 tsp – chopped green coriander

coriander leaves(for garnishing)

1 – Small-sized chopped tomato

Recipe :

  1. Put a pan in sweet corn, maida, garlic paste, black paper, salt and 1 tsp oil, and stir it.
  2. Then fry in oil on a medium flame until crisp and golden.
  3. Before serving, add chopped onion, green chili, capsicums, tomato, green coriander, and chat masala. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve.
  4. Serve hot with coffee & tea.

Recipe blindly copied from an internet site.

I know what to eat. I don’t know how to cook.

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How are vegetarian recipes good?

Vegetarian recipes can be healthy and nutritious for people of all ages and dietary preferences. Here are some reasons why vegetarian recipes are good:

  1. High in nutrients: Vegetarian recipes often rely on whole foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and nuts, which are rich in essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
  2. Low in saturated fat: Most vegetarian diets are low in saturated fat, which can help to reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other chronic conditions.
  3. High in fiber: Plant-based foods are often high in fiber, which can help to support digestive health, regulate blood sugar levels, and promote feelings of fullness and satisfaction.
  4. Versatile and tasty: Vegetarian recipes can be made in various ways, allowing for a wide range of flavors and textures. Vegetarian recipes can be delicious and satisfying with the right ingredients and spices.
  5. Good for the environment: Vegetarian diets tend to be more environmentally friendly than diets that rely heavily on meat and dairy products. By reducing the demand for animal products, a vegetarian diet can help to reduce the environmental impact of agriculture and animal husbandry.

It’s important to note that not all vegetarian diets are created equal, and choosing a balanced variety of foods is important to ensure that you get all the nutrients your body needs. If you are considering a vegetarian diet, it is a good idea to consult a healthcare provider or a registered dietitian to determine the best dietary plan for your specific needs.

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What foods are surprisingly not vegetarian?

Jelly, gummy sweets and marshmallows have gelatinous ingredients. Gelatine is made from animal fats and bones. Jelly is not vegetarian; some types are, but most have gelatine. It is the same with gummy sweets and marshmallows; most have gelatine.

Traditional mozzarella cheese is not vegetarian. It’s because it contains rennet. Rennet is an enzyme harvested from a slaughtered calf’s stomach. Many modern types of mozzarella cheeses are strictly vegetarian because they use microbial rennet. You can check this on the ingredient list.

Much white sugar is refined using bone char, so it’s technically not vegetarian! Look for organic sugars for your baking instead. Sadly, there are lots of these foods in this world which are not vegetarian and a lot of people consume it without knowing that these are unsuitable for vegetarians.

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I love meat but have been trying to cut back. What easy-to-make vegetarian/vegan dishes would you recommend I try?

First, if you are trying to cut back on meat, you don’t have to go vegan or vegetarian. Many dishes use meat (usually pork such as bacon or pancetta) as a flavoring, in small amounts, and still are not present in huge amounts. On the other hand, the worst thing you can do is to reach for the meat substitutes, which are usually dismaying for a meat eater.

Pasta dishes are easy options. Do not think of pasta + sauce; think more about pasta sautéed with vegetables.

An easy recipe is pasta with zucchini and pesto:

  1. Slice thinly one zucchini per person, heat a very large pan, add a little extra virgin olive oil, half a clove of garlic (one clove if you are making more than 2 portions), then add the zucchini, and a pinch of salt.
  2. Cook over a relatively mild heat until the zucchini are soft but not fried.
  3. Add a few tablespoons of the pasta cooking water if they go too dry.
  4. When the pasta is very al dente, transfer it to the pan, toss with the zucchini, remove from the heat, stir in a teaspoon of pesto per person, serve and add a few drops of pesto on the bowls.

This is a fully vegan recipe, and it’s full of taste. You can follow it up with more vegetables, a fruit salad, or yogurt for a light lunch. Once you learn to sauté pasta with vegetables like that, you can use a variety of vegetables.

Another example is an asparagus carbonara, which is not a vegetarian recipe but only uses minimal amounts of pancetta. Once again, the content comes together as you cook the pasta. Clean and cut in small pieces 3–4 asparagus per person. Slice 10 grams of fatty pancetta or high-quality bacon in thin lardons. Heat a pan and add the pancetta and a tablespoon of olive oil. When the pancetta has been rendered, add the asparagus and a pinch of salt. Whisk one egg yolk per person in a separate bowl with a pinch of freshly ground black pepper, a handful of freshly grated Parmigiano Reggiano or Pecorino Romano, or a mixture of the two. Dilute this egg mixture with a couple of tablespoons of boiling water from the pasta, which tempers the eggs and makes them harder to overcook and unpleasant. When the pasta is ready and very al dente, transfer it (reserve a bit of its cooking water) to the asparagus pan, toss, turn off the fire, add the egg mixture and stir well so that the egg cooks but remains a bit runny and very creamy.

Another great option for a meatless main is frittata. Just sauté any vegetables (or use leftover vegetables!) in a hot nonstick pan with olive oil. Whisk 2 whole eggs for each person, add salt, pepper, and grated cheese, pour the egg mixture into the nonstick pan, stir to combine, and cook over mild heat, with the lid on. When the top is still slightly runny, turn the frittata over for a few seconds or finish it under the oven’s grill.

And do not forget the power of good quality vegetables. The Mediterranean offers several meat-free (or nearly meat-free) dishes with loads of vegetables. Shakshuka is an example. You can make it traditionally with eggs or serve it without eggs and maybe with roasted potatoes.

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Which foods do vegetarians tend to eat a lot to replace what they miss by not eating meat?

Rice and beans.

When you say the word “vegetarian,” the first image that comes to mind is a white yuppie somewhere in the first world. But actually, most poor people have traditionally eaten a primarily vegetarian diet. And they have survived by mixing their vegetables.

The human body comprises 20 amino acids. 11 of which can be manufactured from base elements. Nine of which must be ingested. Meat is convenient because it is also composed of all 20 amino acids. Plants aren’t. So most cultures have some staple food with 2 or more plants that form a “complete protein” together.

Rice and beans are one such food.

Which foods do vegetarians tend to eat a lot to replace what they miss by not eating meat?

Yes. Let’s begin with a major misunderstanding, shall we?

Meat is not the be-all and end-all of proper nutrition. The only vitamin in meat that is not present in plant-based foods is B12; vegetarians can get that from eggs and dairy. Vegans must supplement it, but it is widely available in a synthesized form.

If you are a vegetarian, you aren’t thinking about the foods you eat as replacements for meat, despite the producers who keep coming up with so-called meat substitutes. Once you’ve switched to a modified plant-based diet, you stop thinking about meat as the center of a meal, and you don’t feel deprived if you don’t have a big slab of animal protein on your plate. Quite the contrary.

Vegetarians do not need to eat much of any particular food to replace the protein and micronutrients in meat. The same serving sizes of food will provide more than adequate nutrition, and vegetarians can eat a wide range of foods, either alone or in combination, to get proper nutrition.

A quality vegetarian diet consists of plenty of whole grains and legumes like chickpeas, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, fruit, and vegetables. While none of these foods eaten by themselves can provide a complete roster of the amino acids deemed essential for proper nutrition, eating them in combination, either at the same meal or over several days, is all you need to do to get the amino acids your body needs to build complete proteins.

You can lose the meat, eat ordinary portions of dairy and eggs, along with the foods listed above, and be perfectly healthy and fit, as long as you pay attention to what you eat. You must educate yourself about your food and understand what goes inside your body. Still, you need to do that if you eat meat as well since meat comes with a burden of animal fat that may or may not be healthy for you, depending on how much you eat and what kind of exercise you get. Recent studies have shown that too much red meat isn’t good for you, so there’s that.

Why do some people return to eating meat after they have been vegetarian for many years?

I was vegan for 5 years. I felt great for the first year, but after that, my health began to decline gradually. At first, I attributed my health issues to stresses in my personal life, thinking there was no way my diet could be the culprit. I began adding supplements to help ease stress, and I am sure it helped for a while.

But I kept losing weight. I tracked everything on Chronometer, ensuring I was getting everything I needed. Every day, my numbers within the app looked great, so I couldn’t figure out what was happening. I began having panic attacks daily, which was something I’d never experienced in my life. I was constantly tired, too tired for someone in their mid-20s.

The last year and a half is when it got bad. I was still losing weight and got down to about 110 pounds. I’m 5′5, and my typical healthy weight is 125–135. I had no muscle tone whatsoever. I was urinating every 5 minutes all day long every day. Doctors couldn’t pinpoint why this was happening. My blood work always came back fine, including my B12 levels. I was losing hair in massive clumps. My legs were so weak there were days I struggled to walk. I was always short of breath. I had high blood pressure, which was incredibly odd because I’ve always had great blood pressure. I began having allergic reactions to everything I was eating. Everything I ate looked the same going out as it did going in. My skin was so thin I would get cuts and bruises all the time. My tongue was so swollen every day. I was grinding my teeth in my sleep. My cognitive function decreased drastically. My short-term memory was almost non-existent.

I tried so many different supplements and went to the doctor so many times, but nothing helped. I was so blinded by the vegan dogma that I didn’t see that it was what was causing all of these issues. I will add that I was never a raw vegan; I never restricted foods or calories. I ate what is considered to be a normal vegan diet. I didn’t exercise excessively, either. I wasn’t a drug user or heavy drinker. This was all caused by the vegan diet.

Eight months ago, I had exhausted all the alternative solutions I could develop. I went to the store at 3 in the morning and bought eggs and cheese out of desperation. After eating both, I didn’t notice an immediate difference. It wasn’t until I ate my first piece of red meat that I began noticing that I was feeling better.

I will never go back to being vegan. I wish I had realized sooner that it was the reason my health was deteriorating. I was so attached to what I had learned about veganism through Netflix documentaries and vegan YouTubers, an array of vegan authors and activists, that I couldn’t comprehend that the supposedly “most healthy” diet was not as healthy as I thought. And I will add that I didn’t go vegan for health reasons, but I did become an ex-vegan for health reasons.

Why did former vegetarians start eating meat again?

Because of the proteins, I was a vegetarian for 5 years, which greatly helped me change my lifestyle and health. I went through a disease where I could not synthesize proteins; they became toxins for my body. I went into catabolism and anemia.

I was slowly recovering until my body began synthesizing proteins again. To my vegetarian diet, I began to add coffee with skim milk, the best delicacy for my days. Then, I could incorporate eggs, but it cost me to assimilate the taste of the egg; I felt very disgusted and gradually added it to my meals. I ate half an egg every 3 days for about 6 months. I liked the taste until I could start eating them normally, and I ate 2 eggs every other day.

After 4 years of being a vegetarian, I added fish to my diet, and I did find it a delight. I was still a vegetarian, and when I started this vegan, vegetarian path, it was by force majeure; today, I have been about 8 months since incorporating chicken and about 5 months that I have been eating beef. Two years ago, I went to the gym and started with cardio, and I have been doing weights for a year. To this date, I already have muscular training and little by little, I am eliminating the catabolism or rebel fat deposited in the lost muscle areas.

Going back to the question, I went back to eating meat to rebuild my body with muscle mass and why I can.

The vegetarian path is a life-changing concept; I recommend it 100% to all people who have not been; why do you start to heal from all the common ailments, headaches, back pain, and knees? You feel light and start to experience incredible energy. You study food a lot, and you become a nutrition expert every day. If you lack nutrients, you can become weak and sick; you are more aware of having your vitamins, vegetable proteins, and quality carbohydrates, and you train in the kitchen.

When you trade catabolic fat for muscle, you have intermittent times of a vegetarian and carnivore life. I mean periods of one year and one year. While it is true that red meat is an excellent source of protein, if you consume it regularly, it accelerates aging, and the entire digestive system slows down. That is why you have to consume red meat with caution. I am happy to have been a vegetarian and will do it again shortly. I am also happy to be able to eat meat again.

As a vegan, what exactly happened that made you stop eating meat?

I was a vegetarian for years when my mom developed a dairy and wheat allergy. She didn’t know what to eat and lost too much weight, so I started experimenting with foods I could share with her. When I realized I could make almond feta, cauliflower chowder, and other things that tasted like creamy comfort food, I decided I liked those better than dairy, so I started eating that way without committing to going vegan. After a while, I realized I had been eating vegan without trying.

Then, I listened to a podcast with the makers of Cowspiracy. They talked about the environmental impact of animal agriculture and the lack of attention paid to that issue, even among environmental groups. That’s when it became an ethical commitment rather than a meal plan.

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