This is a great resource if, like us, you’re trying to cook healthier without sacrificing flavor and variety.
One of the lingering misconceptions about vegetarian food is that it is boring.
This wide-spread belief stems from the unappetizing stodge that some hippies cooked in the 70s. The veggie food bad rap is fortunately disappearing and we are living an exciting vegetarian revolution with delicious recipes published on the web every day.
Now that I mostly cook vegetarian, I realize how it is far more creative than the bog standard meat-two-vegs-one-carb dish. It does require more effort but it’s more satisfying in many ways.
Here are a few tricks that I use to keep my vegetarian food interesting and tasty:
1. A few drops of green gold.
Sprinkle a dash of “the good olive oil” before serving; it brings the flavours together. This is a trick I learned from the Spanish. You can have normal quality olive oil for everyday cooking but have a bottle of the good…
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