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Your Complete Vegetarian Thanksgiving “Cookbook”!

Sick of all that animal fat making you fat? Sick of looking at that pot belly, which will swell with all the animal fat you stuff into your mouth this holiday season? Save your heart, your health – save a turkey! Go veggie! Start your vegetarian Thanksgiving food celebration here!

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From The New York Times!

Lots of delectable recipes!

CLICK HERE and then on the photos to see them ALL!      – R.T.

This fall enjoy pumpkin lasagna and other “pump”-ed up entrees!

From PETA.ORG. Click on blue text to see recipes!    – R.T.

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We have some perfect recipes for a pumpkin-packed meal!

Pumpkin is a terrific ingredient that keeps food dishes moist, makes them extra-filling, and loads them up with a uniquely delicious flavor. If you’re feeling adventurous, try pumpkin-izing other recipes!

Pumpkin Lasagne

  Vegan Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

 

Pumpkin Risotto

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Kabocha Squash (aka Japanese Pumpkin) Curry

Kabocha Squash Curry

‘Cheesy’ Pumpkin Ravioli

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For Lent: Lentil recipes!

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Vernon Hill’s Ascension Church (ICT file photo)

From PETA.ORG

 Written by PETA March 12, 2015

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Check out some of our favorite animal-free lentil recipes, which are perfect for Lent—or anytime:

1. Lentil Cakes With Creamy Horseradish Sauce

Lentil Cakes

2. Lentil Loaf

Lentil Loaf

3. Creamy Red Lentil Salad

Lentil Recipe

4. French Green Lentil Soup

Green Lentil Soup

5. Lentil-Vegetable Soup

Lentil Soup

6. Lentil-Quinoa Salad

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7. Vegan Corn Lentil Tamales

Corn Lentil Tamales

8. Very Veggie Lentil Soup

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9. Sloppy Joe Lentil Wraps

Lentil Wrap

10. Lentil Tacos With Homemade Sriracha Sour ‘Cream’

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11. Lentil Pasta

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12. Lentil and Endive Antipasta

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13. Curried Rice and Lentils

Curry Lentil

14. Garbanzo Bean Lentil and Vegetable Stew

Go meat-less this holiday season!

Holiday time doesn’t have to be turkey-, pig-, or chicken-killing time! Besides, why gain all the extra holiday weight by eating animal fat?

Since I’ve pretty much stopped eating meat/animal fat, I’ve lost weight, feel “lighter” … and last week my yearly physical results came in: This old broad’s cholesterol level, BMI, blood pressure, sugar level, thyroid, iron, vitamin D, etc, etc normal to excellent!!

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Rosalie – old vegetarian broad!

Everyone’s always amazed that my blood pressure level is excellent, what with InCity Times, Jett and my screwy life in general. I say to them: GO VEGGIE and you can do ANYTHING!

I really believe vegetarianism/MUCH LESS ANIMAL meat and fat is the way to go for all us middle-aged folks! It keeps us trim and healthy! Without all that much work!

Here are protein sources to be wolfing down if you go meatless!

 – Rosalie Tirella

From PETA.ORG:

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Vegans are constantly asked where they get their protein, when, in fact, protein is one of the easiest nutrients to find! These are just some examples of foods with a high protein value but no cholesterol or cruelty to animals. Not only are these foods easy to find and affordable, they’re also delicious!

1. Black beans

Black beans can be served alone or as a side. They also taste great in burritos, enchiladas, homemade patties, soups, or chili. They can even be added to baked goods!

Try these black-bean veggie burgers.

2. Tofu

You can marinate it, sauté it, grill it, mash it, bake it, and even blend it. Tofu will absorb any flavor that you put on it, which makes it suitable for many recipes. Add it to tacos, sandwiches, salads, or baked goods. It can also be used to make sauces, creams, or smoothies.

Try these Thai tofu lettuce wraps.

3. Nuts

There is a large variety of nuts, and they are all versatile and delicious. You can make vegan cheese sauces, nut milks, nut butters, and even faux meats from different types of nuts.

Try this nacho recipe using cashews.

4. Tempeh

Tempeh absorbs any flavor, just as tofu does. It can also be fried, baked, sautéed, or grilled. Tempeh can be used in pastas, sandwiches, tacos, chili, and many other dishes.

Try this tempeh Reuben sandwich.

5. Garbanzos

Garbanzo beans or chickpeas are a versatile legume. Add them to salads, soups, or wraps. You can mash them to form patties or blend them to create hummus.

Try this sandwich with mashed garbanzo beans.

6. Broccoli

Broccoli is a lean, green protein. You can add steamed broccoli to stir-fries, salads, or pastas. You can also add it to soups whole or blend it for a healthy green soup.

Try this tofu, rice, and broccoli dish.

7. Quinoa

You can use quinoa anywhere that you would use rice—as a side dish, mixed with veggies, inside a burrito, or on a salad. It can also be used to form faux burger patties.

Try this quinoa salad.

8. Lentils

Lentils can be added to tacos, burritos, soups, stews, and salads and can also be used to form faux meats, such as lentil burger patties. They’re quick and easy to make, too.

Try these lentil cakes.

9. Potato

Potatoes get a bad rap, but they can actually be good for you because of their high protein content. Dice them, and add them to your burritos, tofu scrambles, tacos, and stews. Or you can cut them lengthwise and bake them for a healthier version of French fries.

Try this creamy dill potato salad.

10. Mushrooms

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There are various types of mushrooms, and they can be sliced or served whole. Use them in pastas, stir-fries, or tacos or on pizzas or serve them in a burger.

Try this mushroom risotto.

These are just 10 of the top protein sources, but there are many more! The number of recipes that you can make with these foods is endless, so get creative!



Read more: http://www.peta.org/living/food/top-10-vegan-protein-sources/#ixzz3HM6vNP79

From PETA-LATINO!! To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month …

… try these cool recipes! (If you scroll to bottom of post, and click on the link, the recipes are in Spanish!) – R.T.

Did you know that in 1988, the United States dedicated an entire month to honoring Hispanic heritage? It’s true: Hispanic Heritage Month goes from September 15 to October 15. Celebrate by making these traditional recipes with a vegan twist and sharing them with your friends and family!

1. Pupusas with curtido

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2. Vegan Albondigas Soup

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3. Colombian Potato Empanadas

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4. Mangú with Tempeh 

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5. Vegan Cheese Arepas

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6. Mango Ceviche

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Read more: http://www.petalatino.com/blog/celebra-tu-cultura-con-estas-recetas/#ixzz3Eu5v5YNs