‘The Vegetarian’ by Han Kang – Book Review

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Sweet Potato Tofu Curry |Vegan — (Reblog)

I am definitely not the best at cooking curry dishes but I love to experiment and create a delicious curry dish using simple ingredients and without having to spend hours in the kitchen. If you also want to make a delicious dish with pantry friendly ingredients continue reading through this recipe because it’s simply great. […]Sweet … Continue reading Sweet Potato Tofu Curry |Vegan — (Reblog)

Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland (Reblog)

It’s been a gradual process but it’s almost three years now since I turned to vegetarianism and could never imagine turning back. In recent times, the move along the continuum has been edging ever closer to veganism. It’s largely about my love of animals but also about feeling so much better on this diet that […]Vegetarian … Continue reading Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland (Reblog)

Carrot and Daikon Radish Sweet Pickles (Gluten-free/Vegetarian) — koolkosherkitchen (Reblog)

Originally posted on Your Home for Homemade Japanese Food: Today I will introduce you to “Japanese traditional New Year’s food”.? New year is very important event in Japan. Anciently Japan had a tradition that people wouldn’t shop or cook for the first three days of New Year. Therefore, people cook lots of colorful dishes that…Carrot and … Continue reading Carrot and Daikon Radish Sweet Pickles (Gluten-free/Vegetarian) — koolkosherkitchen (Reblog)

Why I Became a Vegetarian — Nourish (Reblog)

Deciding to become a vegetarian 25 years ago was an impulse decision that I have never regretted making. I didn’t like the way eating meat made me feel, nor did I like the slaughtering of animals. And so one day, while separating the raw chicken breasts in a value pack into smaller portions, I stopped … Continue reading Why I Became a Vegetarian — Nourish (Reblog)

Why I stopped eating animals and embraced more kindness — THE SOMETHING GUY (Reblog)

I have been meat-free for seven years, since the end of December 2013. The journey has been a ridiculously amazing one filled with lots of eye-opening moments, and some that were not the easiest to get through. Giving up consuming the flesh of animals was something that I never thought I would have done, yet […]Why … Continue reading Why I stopped eating animals and embraced more kindness — THE SOMETHING GUY (Reblog)

#A Christmas Special… #A Vegetarian Christmas Menu… — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine (Reblog)

Originally posted on Retired? No one told me!: There is a definite trend towards more plant-based recipes and this time of year with cranberries and other delicious fruits/vegetables some of them are just awesome and so tasty…I hope you find something that will tickle your taste buds …Merry Christmas xxx Welcome to a Christmas menu…#A Christmas … Continue reading #A Christmas Special… #A Vegetarian Christmas Menu… — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine (Reblog)

The Book That Made Me a Vegetarian & What’s Next on My Reading List — Adventures of a Bibliophile (Reblog)

Today is Hug a Vegetarian Day! (Yes, it is a real and very random holiday.) And, since I am both a vegetarian and probably in need of a hug right now, I thought I might as well turn this into a blog post. And, since this is a book blog, I figured it would be […]The … Continue reading The Book That Made Me a Vegetarian & What’s Next on My Reading List — Adventures of a Bibliophile (Reblog)

Cooking | 2 Easy Healthy Vegetarian Salad Recipes For Lazy Days — Happy Panda (Reblog)

I’ve been trying to eat healthy for the past few years which means I cook most of my meals. This can often lead to boredom and laziness. There are days I can’t even convince myself to just sauté a bunch of vegetables for lunch. For such days, I have two lazy salad recipes that I […]Cooking … Continue reading Cooking | 2 Easy Healthy Vegetarian Salad Recipes For Lazy Days — Happy Panda (Reblog)

Eating Disorder Recovery as a Vegetarian — Nourish (Reblog)

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a vegetarian. Both of my parents are pescatarian, so I grew up eating very little meat. I cut meat out altogether when I was seven, mostly for ethical reasons, then fish at age twelve, and I’ve never gone back. Being a vegetarian is all I’ve ever … Continue reading Eating Disorder Recovery as a Vegetarian — Nourish (Reblog)