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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

A Note of Explanation

We basically follow a lacto-ovo-vegetarian lifestyle (that means we do include dairy and eggs in our diet), and we even eat chicken on Shabbat. I know that there are others out there who do the same, and for those of you who eat more meat, well, you can always use my ideas to expand your repertoire of vegetable-based dishes! For those of you who are vegan, I will have to refer you to my friend over at Vegan Start, although many of my dishes can be adapted as you like.

2 comments:

  1. My family takes vegetarianism to all different levels. My oldest daughter won't eat meat or eggs but eats milk products, my son eats free range eggs and milk products and my youngest is a regular vegetarian. All the kids eat free range chicken on Friday night for Shabbat. I'm a vegan and my husband eats everything, and feels guilty about it. I'm lucky, because they are old enough (14-18) to deal with their own food.

    Thanks so much for linking to my blog. I'm glad that you enjoy it. I enjoy writing it.

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  2. Of course I linked to your blog! You're such a good friend.

    We try very hard to eat only free range eggs and free range chicken in moderation. My hubby also eats everything, but I'm pretty sure he doesn't feel guilty about it!

    We eat dairy quite freely, though. As a matter of fact, as a kid, my family called me "mouse" for a while because I was always sneaking the cheese. (and growing up in Alabama, my there wasn't much kosher cheese available - I remember going to Atlanta to stock up...)

    I hope you enjoy my blog! Feel free to post your tips and tricks!

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