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Vegetarian Burrito Recipe – Healthy Vegetarian Recipes On Video


Recipe: www.HealthyVeganRecipes.net This vegetarian burrito recipe is so easy to make that you will never need to buy a packaged burrito again! Using fresh ingredients and making them yourself means you know exactly what is going into your healthy vegetarian recipes, you avoid preservatives and you get the nutrients from the fresh vegetables.

Aarti Paarti Episode 7: Roasted Cauliflower Steaks


The lowly cauliflower redeemed! Cut ‘em a different way, sprinkle ‘em with cumin, coriander and amchur (dried mango powder), and roast ‘em… serve with a limey-yoghurt sauce and you’ll never think of cauliflower the same way! Amchur is available at Indian supermarkets. Ingredients: 3 medium cauliflower heads, stripped of leaves and stalk chopped off 1/3 cup olive oil 1/2 tsp cumin 1 tsp coriander powder 1 tsp amchur (dried mango powder) salt and pepper 1 cup low fat greek yoghurt zest from one lime splash extra virgin olive oil 1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit/180 degrees celsius 2) Slice cauliflower down the middle, then slice as many 1-inch steaks as you can (you’ll probably get two). Separate the rest into florets. Do the same with the other head of cauliflower. 3) Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Brush a little oil over the paper so the cauliflower doesn’t stick 4) Place “steaks” and florets on the baking sheet. 5) In a small bowl, combine oil, cumin powder, coriander powder and mango powder with a generous sprinkle of salt and pepper. Brush over cauliflower with pastry brush. Drizzle over florets and toss to coat. 6) Roast for 20 minutes or until tender and crisped around the edges. 7) In another small bowl, combine yogurt with lime zest, a splash of extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper and a squeeze of lime (as much as you like). 8) Serve steaks with a dollop of yogurt on the side. Eat and discover cauliflower’s nutty, smoky goodness! Check out my blog

anyone got vegan teens from birth?

Question:
I have been a lacto ovo veg for over 17 years and always been interested in becoming vegan especially now I have a baby girl. So far as she is under 12 months she hasn’t had any dairy/egg and is still breast fed. does anyone have positive stories about their kids (post puberty)? I just need a little reassurance for her dad who is a sympathetic and supportive meat eater. we’ve seen lots of good stuff re younger kids but need to hear about longer term stuff.

btw not interested in hearing from people about me being irresponsible or neglectful – the argument goes both ways!

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