I love cooking, and I love to eat. Cooking is my passion – it is my life.
You must enjoy cooking too. Otherwise you wouldn’t be here waiting vegetarian recipes for you to try out!
Usually, when you hear the word ‘vegetarian’ you probably think of ‘boring’ and ‘bland’. The truth is, most people’s impression of vegetarian diet is boring and tasteless. Not so! Being a vegetarian, or just interested in vegetarian foods, none of it has to be even a little bit boring. I challenge that after experiencing some of the delicious vegetarian recipes on this page, you’ll prove them wrong.
It is a known fact that Chinese ancient dieticians and health experts preach eating a vegetarian diet, which improves one ‘s health, and prolongs life. Vegetables are one of the most important food groups in your diet, and it rightfully should be so. To achieve growth, improve health, prevent sickness, and improve life span, you have to eat vegetables. You just can’t do without.
Think about it, in a normal person’s life span, he/she will consume vegetables more than any other type of food. Chinese ancient doctor Sung Shi Mao lived for 101 years, and in his writings, he documents the benefits of eating more vegetables and less meats. “Eat less meat, more vegetables. Eat less candy, and more fruits.”
You should know that a vegetarian diet is not only for vegetarians. It’s become more of a health and long-life regime for many people. Many people are vegetarians for religious reasons, and
even more people choose to be vegetarians for health and personal wellness reasons. Vegetarianism has been practiced through centuries, and now science proves that eating more vegetables and less meat is key to better health, and longer life span. Vegetables do not have the fat and the cholesterol that meat does. Whereas the fat and cholesterol from meats collect in your body, many vegetables ‘cleanse’ your body. What are some of the benefits of eating lots of vegetables? Vegetables help prevent diseases, and sickness; lowers blood cholesterol and blood pressure; keeps your kidney healthy, and improves fluid discharge; supplements your body with vitamins, sodium, calcium, iron, proteins, carbohydrates, and so much, more.
In a nutshell: vegetables improve your health, and prevent sicknesses.
The editors make plenty use of all types of vegetables such as broccoli, romaine lettuce, cucumbers, squash, eggplants, and much more. There are many varieties of vegetables that are very popular in vegan cooking, for example, cabbage, Yu-choy, and bitter melon.
You are going to totally spice up your diet with our recipes!