Whether this is for health, economic or moral reasons (or a combination of all three), the fact is a flexitarian diet - one that is largely vegetarian but occasionally includes poultry, meat and seafood - is growing in popularity and is a ...
Author: Nicola Graimes
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
The common link between vegetarians and part-time vegetarians (flexitarians) is that they like to base their meals on vegetables. Whether this is for health, economic or moral reasons (or a combination of all three), the fact is a flexitarian diet - one that is largely vegetarian but occasionally includes poultry, meat and seafood - is growing in popularity and is a long-term trend that cannot go ignored. Let's face it, the flexitarian or semi-vegetarian diet is the way to go: meat and fish are becoming prohibitively expensive; our current consumption cannot be sustained in years to come; and the health benefits of a vegetarian diet are well documented. But while the number of vegetarians is significant, a study by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that nearly two out of three vegetarians occasionally like to eat meat, chicken or fish. The Part-Time Vegetarian Cookbook shows just how delicious, adaptable and varied this way of eating can be. Rather than taking centre stage, meat or fish are not the main focus of the recipes, which value the often under-used and under-valued vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, eggs and dairy foods. The recipes are not about taking something away, however, but adding a new dimension and consequently widening and extending the homecook's repertoire of dishes. Organised by meal type, The Part-Time Vegetarian Cookbook features chapters on Breakfasts & Brunches, Small Bites (snacks, lunches and light meals), Weekday Suppers, Weekend Cooking, Food for Sharing (entertaining, special occasion, celebrations and al fresco) and Something Sweet. The recipes are all vegetarian, but can easily be adjusted to suit non-vegetarians.
This is the perfect book to support your food journey whether you are fully vegetarian, just dipping a toe in the water, or someone looking to cut down on their meat intake a few days a week.
Author: Nicola Graimes
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
More than 100 seasonal, everyday meals for friends and family from The Part-Time Vegetarian's kitchen. Since The Part-Time Vegetarian was published in 2015 the food landscape has changed. Proving itself more than a passing fad, the term “flexitarian” was added to the OED in 2015 and this way of eating has been highlighted by nutritionists and environmentalists as a necessity for the long-term health of both ourselves and our planet. Beyond eating less meat and more veg, awareness of the importance of eating sustainable, seasonal food is also on the increase. The moment a plant is harvested its nutrients start to deplete, so the sooner it is on the plate, the tastier and more nutritious it is. The Part-Time Vegetarian’s Year includes over 100 flexible recipes ordered by season, making it easy to work with the calendar to produce delicious food all year round. In spring, feast on Baked Eggs with Spring Greens or a Korean Bibimbap. Summer brings a refreshing Watermelon, Pitta and Goat’s Cheese Salad or Tomato Tarts with Preserved Lemon Relish. In autumn, cuddle up with a warming Mushroom Larb or Smoky Aubergine Pides. Finally, winter gives us celebratory Celeriac, Ginger and Sesame Bhajis and Scandinavian Potato and Celeriac Gratin. From summer barbecues to festive feasts, each chapter also contains at least one full feature menu for easy entertaining. All of the recipes are vegetarian, but most feature a Part-Time Variation, showing you how to include an element of meat or fish, or even how to make the dish fully vegan, if you would like. This is the perfect book to support your food journey whether you are fully vegetarian, just dipping a toe in the water, or someone looking to cut down on their meat intake a few days a week.
In The Part-Time Vegetarian, two renowned nutritionists show how to achieve the health benefits of vegetarian-ism without giving up meat entirely. Contains more than 50 recipes.
Author: Louise Lambert-Lagacé
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : Fitzhenry & Whiteside
With millions of North Americans looking to improve their diet and health, many are moving away from meat. In The Part-Time Vegetarian, two renowned nutritionists show how to achieve the health benefits of vegetarian-ism without giving up meat entirely. Contains more than 50 recipes.
The Part-Time Vegetarian (PTV) Smoothies and Juices by popular lifestyle blogger, brand ambassador, and cookbook author Tina Haupert contains over 140 recipes offering a convenient, delicious and nutritious way to consume more produce.
Author: Tina Haupert
Publisher: Cider Mill Press
Incorporating more fruits and veggies into your diet has never been easier! Beloved blogger Tina Haupert offers an array of delicious and wholesome smoothie and juice recipes in The Part-Time Vegetarian, making a “flexitarian” lifestyle accessible to everyone. In the wake of breakthrough studies on the benefits of plant-based diets, more and more people are embracing semi-vegetariansim—a "flexitarian” lifestyle—and preparing smoothies and juices that pack a punch of nutrition to achieve maximum health benefits without committing to full-time vegetarianism or veganism. The Part-Time Vegetarian (PTV) Smoothies and Juices by popular lifestyle blogger, brand ambassador, and cookbook author Tina Haupert contains over 140 recipes offering a convenient, delicious and nutritious way to consume more produce. Incorporating healthy ingredients with the full rainbow of fruits and vegetables, and with full color photographs to accompany each recipe, Haupert provides something for everyone–from energizing smoothies to green juices, from high-protein workout smoothies to tasty fruit juice blends.
... research for the livestock industry compelled him to redirect his career and
become a leading voice for vegetarianism. This is a must-read for everyone from the part-time vegetarian in need of inspiration to the vegan interested in
To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.
Author: Fabian Capomolla and Mat PemberPublish On: 2011-09-01
To plant seeds, or seedlings, that is the question... an unflexible work life, but
most cruelly, into itchy, crap A good number of the part-time, fair-weathered
polyester. Poor Charlie! Transplanting gardening communityfall for the lure
Author: Fabian Capomolla and Mat Pember
Lots of fun, and packed full of all the information you'll need, this colourful guide is for anyone interested in growing their own food. Fabian Capomolla and Mat Pember run a successful business installing edible gardens: in polystyrene boxes on balconies, in crates you can put anywhere in your backyard, or by creating no-dig, raised garden beds. After years of helping clients set up spaces to grow their own fruit and vegetables they believe anyone can create their own little edible garden, in most any area. And in this easy-to-use guide they show you how simple it is! Fundamentals such as Soil, Climate, Watering, Composting, Worm Farms, Saving and Sowing Seeds, and Raised Garden Beds and Crates are all discussed comprehensively - each with a fully illustrated step-by-step activity to help you create your own little veggie patch. The complete A-Z of Edible Plants gives you vital information on more than 40 vegetables (and fruit trees), including detailed planting information, ongoing maintenance advice, tips on best companions and when to harvest. And the family activities scattered throughout the book will get the kids involved too, whether it's Making a Scarecrow, Building a Spud Tower or Growing Beans in a Bean Can. Shortlisted for the ABIA Illustrated Book of the Year This is a specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book.
Author: Dawn Jackson BlatnerPublish On: 2010-05-31
I was a closet meat eater, a vegetarian trying not to get caught with a pork chop,
beef patty, or chicken sausage in my hand. ... I am not alone in enjoying part-time vegetarian eating—a 2003 study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition ...
Author: Dawn Jackson Blatner
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Presents a five-week diet plan that divides food into five groups and incorporates these groups into weekly menus, along with recipes, shopping lists, and advice on how to incorporate exercise into the program.
Starting Over: Eating 101 Like a bad boyfriend it's time to move on. ... Unless you'
re willing to go vegetarian, (in which case you're probably not reading this) then
meat will be the ... I've found myself an advocate for part-time vegetarianism.
Author: LIV Jones
NOSH (noun) - Food. Inside this book is your chance to change things. Your journey awaits inside the pages to discover what could be the most important kitchen tool you'll ever find. It's more than just a cookbook, it's a survivalist handbook for cooking your favorite foods from around the world with healthy, uniquely original recipes that taste amazing! Liv Jones traveled to over seven countries including Belgium, France, Britain, Wales and Mexico to create this one of a kind cooking resource.
You are a vegan, love veganism or fight for animal rights and are looking for a funny notebook? Then this is the perfect notebook for you to take notes.
Author: Mike Mumford
You are a vegan, love veganism or fight for animal rights and are looking for a funny notebook? Then this is the perfect notebook for you to take notes. On 120 dotted dot grid pages you can record everything you want while expressing your love for meatless food and a plant based diet with the funny cover. For vegans, vegetarians or a vegetables lover. You can also take a look at our other vegetable and health notebooks if you're looking for more notepads and alternatives.
Adopt "Meatless Mondays" Scramble tofu for brunch Eat more beans--and less beef . . . . . . or not. It's all good, according to Cherise Grifoni, your fearless guide to the seemingly complex world of no-meat, no-eggs, no-dairy.
Author: Cherise Grifoni
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Adopt "Meatless Mondays" Scramble tofu for brunch Eat more beans--and less beef . . . . . . or not. It's all good, according to Cherise Grifoni, your fearless guide to the seemingly complex world of no-meat, no-eggs, no-dairy. In this guilt-free cookbook, you'll discover how to go vegan without feeling any pressure whatsoever. But a warning: the mouthwatering recipes may have you transitioning to full-time much sooner than you anticipated! Honestly, what's not to love when you're eating: Purely Vegan Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread Lean, Mean, Black Bean Guacamole Very Vegan Potato Pesto Salad Spicy Roasted Tomato Soup Roasted-Garlic Mashed Taters Spanish Artichoke and Zucchini Paella Barley Pilaf with Edamame and Roasted Red Pepper No matter why you want to go vegan--whether it's for health, the planet, or some other worthy reason--this cookbook makes sure you have fun in the process!
What's more, the book tackles the universal challenge of getting children - vegetarian or not - to enjoy and eat up their veg.
Author: Nicola Graimes
Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers
To be a healthy vegetarian, it's not enough to just give up meat. Vegetarian children have different dietary requirements to vegetarian adults, so particular attention is needed to ensure they get sufficient amounts of the right nutrients. Unlike other similar titles on the market, Vegetarian Food for Healthy Kids concentrates on these nutritional demands to see what it takes to raise healthy, well-nourished vegetarian children. What's more, the book tackles the universal challenge of getting children - vegetarian or not - to enjoy and eat up their veg. Packed with simple, fresh recipes that are nutritious and use vegetables in interesting and inspiring ways, the book is set to lure even the most reticent of eaters. There are ideas for every type of meal including energy-boosting breakfasts; easy snacks; inspiring vegetable side dishes; and the bane of many parents' lives, packed lunches. Each recipe highlights a super-healthy 'Hero Food', giving information on its health benefits, and also included are step-by-step 'Kids Cook' features, with ideas for delicious dishes children can cook themselves, with just a little help from a parent.
health Q & A ASK THE DOC HOW TO GO FROM PART - TIME TO FULL - TIME vegetarian 2 BY NEAL BARNARD , MD After experimenting with vegetarian
eating for a while , I'm ready to go full - time . What's the best way ? 3. Select a
few new ...
Meryl Streep There was a time I thought enlightened shopping for groceries was
a simple choice between organic and nonorganic produce at my local
supermarket. Fast-forward three years and I'm a mostly vegetarian who will only
eat meat if ...
Author: Leslie Garrett
Publisher: New World Library
A practical guide to conscientious shopping by the syndicated columnist for "The Virtuous Consumer" makes recommendations for how to make informed and responsible choices, revealing how various consumer products impact the environment and global economies. Original.
One was a part-time vegetarian (she tried and gave up during our trip). One loves
eggs, one hates eggs. One loves pasta, one doesn't eat pasta. One doesn't eat
nuts, one loves nuts. Give 'em hot dogs, you say? One kid doesn't eat hot dogs, ...
Author: Lois Wyse
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Family & Relationships
Celebrates the complexities and uniqueness of family love in a collection of stories and anecdotes that explore how family life changes, grows, and is enriched over time.
With so many vegetables on hand, I'd become a part-time vegetarian. I was
eating more slowly than at any other time of my life. I stopped and looked at the
ear of corn in my hands. I thought of where it was grown; I remembered the day it
Author: Jonah Raskin
Publisher: Univ of California Press
"Sooner or later, nearly everyone who cares about wine and food comes to Sonoma"—so begins this lively excursion to a spectacular region that has become known internationally as a locavore's paradise. Part memoir, part vivid reportage, Field Days chronicles the renaissance in farming organically and eating locally that is unfolding in Northern California. Jonah Raskin tells of the year he spent on Oak Hill Farm—working the fields, selling produce at farmers' markets, and following it to restaurants. He also goes behind the scenes at Whole Foods. In this luminous account of his experiences, Raskin introduces a dynamic cast of characters—farmers, chefs, winemakers, farm workers, and environmentalists. They include such luminaries as Warren Weber at Star Route Farm, the oldest certified organic farm in Marin County; Bob Cannard, who has supplied Chez Panisse with vegetables for decades; Sharon Grossi, the owner of the largest organic farm in Sonoma; and Craig Stoll, the founder and executive chef at Delfina in San Francisco. Raskin also offers portraits of renowned historical figures, including Luther Burbank, Jack London, and M.F.K. Fisher. Field Days is a heartfelt celebration of the farm-to-table movement and its cultural reverberations.
So if you're one of the millions of vegetarians in America today and are looking for a book with hundreds of delicious recipes, as well as the most comprehensive information on the vegetarian lifestyle from the leading authorities on the ...
Author: Lucy Moll
Ofers recipes for meatless appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, and side dishes, and gives advice on kitchen equipment, cooking methods, and food preservation
The Thrifty Veggie shows how to seek out the best-value vegetarian meals, focusing on in-season ingredients combined with trusty store cupboard staples, buying in bulk, and making full use of leftovers.
Author: Nicola Graimes
Harness every season's flavours with recipes combining fresh produce with lasting staples - clever and delectable vegetarian recipes that can make a real difference to your household budget. Seasonal eating - when done right - is wonderful for your tastebuds, your mind, and your bank account. Forget shopping at discount supermarkets, buying inferior products or cutting back on food; Nicola Graimes, the award-winning vegetarian author, has written a truly inventive and savvy book showing how adopting a vegetarian diet can significantly cut the cost of your shopping. The Thrifty Veggie shows how to seek out the best-value vegetarian meals, focusing on in-season ingredients combined with trusty store cupboard staples, buying in bulk, and making full use of leftovers. Pick up beetroot from a market stall, for example, or from your veg patch, and find brilliant tips and recipes for delicious meals to enjoy with friends and family, using up every edible bit, even the stalks and leaves. Try making the most of seasonal fare with Winter Root, Cheddar & Cider Pie, buying in bulk for the Chipotle Cakes with Chilli & Lime Yogurt, or even revive the handful of leftover beans in the fridge with Last-of-the-Beans Risotto. Complete with brilliant tips and nuggets of information, all the recipes are modern, international and truly mouth-watering.
For instance , nearly all carnivorous animals sleep in the day time , and prowl
about in search of their prey at night ; while the vegetarian animals ( man
included ) sleep at night and are active during the day . Their manner of eating ,
Author: Hereward Carrington
Publisher: Health Research Books
1957 the Argument for Vegetarianism and That "Periodical Check Up." (1957) Perhaps the greatest combination of proofs and arguments on vegetarianism that has ever been assembled.