Spice It Up In The Kitchen With This Baked Samosa Recipe (vegetarian/vegan)

Using spices in the kitchen can really change the way you enjoy recipes, especially if you were used to bland foods. I enjoy making ethnic foods from various cultures at home because I am able to bring the different countries into my own home without even leaving. Years ago I wasn't really exposed much to …

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Staying Heart Healthy One Fish At A Time: How To Find Sustainable Seafood Choices For You And The Environment

With our oceans continuing to suffer from waste being thrown into them, it can make you think twice before even wanting to eat things from it. If we want our oceans and our water to remain sustainable and healthy for a long time, then it is important that we begin to make changes as consumers …

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Little Shrimp, Big Flavor: Roasted Honey-Lime-Garlic Shrimp over chickpea salad

I was able to tell that on WordPress, bloggers on there were liking my vegetarian posts and recipe, and now I will know to put more of that up on the site and make more vegetarian and vegan friendly meals. While this recipe with the shrimp is not exactly vegan, if you want it to …

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Benefits of having Meatless days during the week: How a meatless Monday can do more good than harm

Going meatless on certain days of the week does not have to be the end of your days for having meat. You may even like doing it because it might be saving you money. However you may be wondering that if I cut out animal products from my diet, then what would I eat? Or, …

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Who needs meat everyday: Veggie Chili Recipe

Buying animal products to eat on a daily basis can put a dent in your bank account, and it also isn't always healthy to be eating meat or full fat animal products each day. Incorporating a meal or two each week that is meatless but still packs a punch of flavor for the avid meat …

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Celebrating Valentines Day And Not Breaking Your Budget

The traditional Valentines Day gifts of flowers, chocolates, fancy lobster dinners, and teddy bears may sound nice, but in reality for many people it can put a dent in their bank accounts just for one special day. Celebrating the love you have for family, friends or a significant other should also come at all times …

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Playing with Bento Boxes: The history and nature of these creative meals

Walking into a Japanese restaurant, you see the decor, quaint ambiance and then usually a dinner bento box option on the menu. Many of us have likely come across and enjoyed eating from a bento box, but how many of us really know how far back the invention of it comes from, or why they …

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Fresh vs. Frozen Products: Is there an unlikely underdog?

When people are given the choice as to whether or not fresh produce would taste better than frozen, the likely answer would be picking the fresh side of things. Yes it is true that a lot of the time when you cook frozen vegetables they might not be as crispy as fresh ones, and this …

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