vegetarian

  • Pig Escapes From Auction, Is Now A 'Sassy' Pet Who Loves Carbs

    Found roaming the streets in the freezing cold before Christmas, Myles the pig is now headed for a life of luxury.

  • Why you should stop pushing your vegan diet on your pet

    Before you start your pet on a new trendy diet that’s making you feel great, don't forget to ask yourself this important question.

  • Jamie Oliver based his new diet plan on people who 'live the longest, most productive lives'

    "You’re going to save some money,” too, says chef and author Jamie Oliver.

  • This 25-year-old lost 156 pounds in a year by walking and not eating meat

    After being overweight and lethargic for most of his life, Gunner realized he needed to change his lifestyle to accomplish his goals.

  • 18 Jackfruit Recipes That Will Make You Forget All About Meat

    These indulgent dishes might look like meat and taste like meat, but don't be fooled! Jackfruit, a tropical fruit native to Asia that resembles pulled pork, is becoming one of the most popular meat alternatives for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone who's looking to lead a healthier lifestyle.

  • Zendaya Talks Going Veg and Her Favorite French Fries

    Who isn’t obsessed with Zendaya right now? Her on-point beauty looks, impeccable style, and thoughtful support of other women make it easy to love her. Another thing she puts a lot of thought into is where her meals come from. Today, on her app, the actress and burgeoning fashion mogul shared that (surprise!) she is a vegetarian and explained why she stays away from meat. Something a lot of people don’t know about me is that I’m a vegetarian. It legit shocks people. I don’t know, maybe I seem like somebody who loves bacon. My main reason for being a vegetarian is that I’m an animal lover. ...

  • Is It OK for Kids to Be Raised on a Vegan Diet?

    Being on a vegan or vegetarian diet requires a lot of careful planning to ensure that kids — and adults — are meeting their nutritional needs.

  • Wilted Mustard Greens From ‘Indian Family Kitchen’

    This wilted mustard greens recipe is from 'Indian Family Kitchen: Classic Dishes for a New Generation' by Anjali Pathak (Clarkson Potter), a Yahoo Food’s Cookbook of the Week.

  • Paneer and Broccoli Masala from ‘Indian Family Kitchen’

    Every Week, Yahoo Food spotlights a cookbook that stands out from all the rest. This week’s cookbook is Indian Family Kitchen: Classic Dishes for a New Generation by Anjali Pathak (Clarkson Potter), a chef, food writer, and cooking teacher. Read more about Yahoo Food’s Cookbook of the Week here.

  • Meatless Monday: Falafel Burger Recipe With Bright Flavors

    You don’t have to be a vegetarian to get into a healthy and delicious veggie burger. It’s the perfect thing to have on a Meatless Monday! Today Claire Thomas, author and blogger behind The Kitchy Kitchen, is sharing with us one of her go-tos: falafel burgers.

  • Being a Vegan Who Eats Eggs Is a Thing Now

    The two are slightly different in that veggans follow the “rules” of a vegan diet — they avoid animal and dairy products and eat a plant-based diet — they just also eat eggs, New York City registered dietitian Jessica Cording tells Yahoo Health. Vegetarians, on the other hand, drink milk and eat other dairy products like cheese and yogurt. “As people become more interested and aware of how food affects both their health as well as the environment, plant-based diets, including veganism, are becoming more and more popular and mainstream,” she explains.

  • Meatless Monday Recipes We Love Any Day of the Week

    By ediblefeast.com Embrace Meatless Monday any day of the week with hearty and warming vegetarian dishes and recipes that make delicious use of winter’s seasonal bounty. More Meatless Monday ideas from Yahoo Food: Meatless Monday: Bulgur with Roasted Red Peppers, Chickpeas, and Spinach Rainbow Chard Parmesan Tart and Celery Gratin So Rich You Won’t Miss the Meat Spice Up Your Meatless Monday With This Sriracha Ginger Cauliflower

  • 26 Best Vegetarian Sources of Protein

    Here’s what you need to know: Incomplete proteins—like whole grains, nuts and produce—can join together and produce a complete protein, packed with all nine essential amino acids that the body cannot produce on its own, so as long as you consume various sources throughout the day, you're all good! To help you stay healthy and strong, we’ve compiled a list of the best vegetarian proteins for weight loss below.

  • Crock-Pot Vegetable Lasagna Is Perfect for Winter Weekdays

    Busy families, this lasagna recipe is for you. For equal taste with a fraction of the work, try a slow-cooker version instead. The slow cooker makes the entire process really simple: no boiling noodles, no precooking the vegetables and no need to worry about making neat layers.

  • Roasted Peppers With Baked Eggs From ‘Cook. Nourish. Glow’

    Every week, Yahoo Food spotlights a cookbook that stands out from all the rest. The week’s cookbook is Cook. 120 Recipes That Will Help You Lose Weight, Look Younger, and Feel Healthier by Amelia Freer (Harper Wave), a nutritional therapist and author of the bestselling book, Eat.

  • Berry Pilaf from ‘Vegetarian India’

    This week’s cookbook is Vegetarian India: A Journey Through the Best of Indian Home Cooking by Madhur Jaffrey. The legendary actress and Indian cooking authority has written seven James Beard Award–winning cookbooks.

  • Chili-Fried Eggs from Sri Lanka from ‘Vegetarian India’

    This is a simple and delicious version of fried eggs from Sri Lanka, inspired by those served at Sun House in Galle. Here I am using a new technique for frying eggs that I have recently learned. It requires the eggs to be broken into a cold pan and uses much less oil.

  • Cucumber Spears from ‘Vegetarian India’

    Whenever I am looking for a snack that is not too fattening, I turn to these cucumber spears. We used to eat a simpler version as children, cucumber halves or quarters just sprinkled with lime juice and dusted with spices, but now I have started giving the dish a final “tarka,” which makes it even better. You can serve them with drinks (hand out napkins) or with all meals, Western or South Asian.

  • Spinach Raita from ‘Vegetarian India’

    Here is a simple northern raita that can be served with nearly all Indian meals. You could also make a light meal for two people by adding two handfuls of drained cooked chickpeas to it.

  • Vegetable Biryani with Cauliflower, Carrots, and Peas from ‘Vegetarian India’

    Biryanis are generally complicated affairs: you partially cook the rice, you partially cook the vegetables, you brown onions by them­selves, and then you layer the three in a pan and let them bake together. In my effort to simplify the dish for this book, what I have done is to cook the rice by itself, then quickly stir-fry the veg­etables with onions, and then put everything together in a large warmed platter or serving bowl. Biryanis are usually.