Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking

How To Cook Vegetarian or Vegan Food and Eat Healthy

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Cooking your own vegetarian or vegan food is the cheapest, easiest way to eat healthy and well!

If you're here, you probably already know why it's good to go veg or vegan and eat healthy. And you want to enjoy delicious healthy food. But there's that little matter of cooking.

Savvy Vegetarian Cooking is meant to help you eat healthy, delicious vegetarian or vegan food, without spending all your time chained to the stove, busting your budget trying to feed yourself, or hassling with the non-vegetarians in your life.

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When I went vegetarian in the sixties, I had a hard time cooking vegetarian food, because I had only the vaguest idea what to cook, or how to cook - never mind nutrition! I ate lots of cheese, bread, brown rice, potatoes, lentils - a very heavy, brown diet.

I spent the next couple of decades learning what vegetarian foods to eat and how to cook vegetarian, while I was a stay-at-home mom. I felt hard pressed at the time, but now I'm glad I was able to do that.

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These days, vegetarian diets are becoming main-stream. It's cool to go vegetarian or vegan, and there's far more information and support for vegetarian diet.

But many of you have told us that cooking vegetarian is still one of the biggest challenges in going vegetarian:

  • You don't know how to cook, or don't like cooking
  • There's no time or energy for cooking
  • Vegetarian foods are hard to find, or too expensive
  • You don't know any other vegetarians or vegans
  • Living with non-veggies makes it hard to cook veg

That all sounds pretty normal. Adopting a vegetarian or vegan diet is a major lifestyle change. It takes time and energy to absorb new information, develop new skills, and re-arrange your life.

So Relax! Soon you'll love vegetarian cooking as much as we do!

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