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Vegetarianized Recipe: Dill Pickles

Go to Vegetarianized.com for more pictures of this recipe, nutrition and price information, plus 200+ other tasty recipes to try. Check back each week for a new delish dish. You can also follow Vegetarianized.com on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram! Servings: 1 pickle...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Spinach White Bean Salad With Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette

I've been eating this salad at lot lately, and I'm thoroughly enjoying the season's first grape tomatoes. Tomatoes paired with spinach, white beans and feta makes this salad an easy weeknight winner. I used...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Refried Black Bean Taquitos With Roasted Cherry Salsa

Cherries are majorly in season right now in California. Apparently when cherry trees were brought to North America they grew best in Michigan and the Northwest. I admit roasting and making salsa out of...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Greek Yogurt 'Nanna Pudding

Did you know that Greek yogurt is just strained regular yogurt? Save more than 55 percent per ounce when you buy the regular stuff, and spend literally seconds straining it yourself (I show you...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Gigantes

I've always loved this Greek meze, and recently had a wonderful version similar to this in San Francisco. The gigantes bean (pronounced yee-gahn-tes) has been grown in the Kastoria region of Greece since the 17th century....

Vegetarianized Recipe: Pumpkin Barley Soup

You can substitute any hard skinned squash like acorn or butternut. I chose to puree the soup, but if you cut all the vegetables in uniform pieces, you could certainly keep it chunky. Go to Vegetarianized.com for more...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Whole Wheat Scottish Baps

I was first introduced to the bap during my summer college internship in London. A slightly flatter, denser version of a burger bun, it actually originated in Scotland.  Go to Vegetarianized.com for more pictures of this recipe...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Artichoke Feta Panzanella Salad

Artichokes were born in Greek mythology, then traveled across the Mediterranean to France and from France to Louisiana and finally carried by the Spaniards to California. Today, Castroville, California (near Monterey on the coast)...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Mushroom and Mustard Green Polenta Lasagna

Vegetarianized.com turned five on April 16, but instead of a cake I made a lasagna. Ounce for ounce, polenta has less sodium and more fiber than lasagna noodles—plus it's a fun change of pace!...

Vegetarianized Recipe: Welsh Rarebit

I may have said this before, but I'm always amazed when I realize a recipe I've been doing for years hasn't yet been posted. This is one of them. Welsh Rarebit is an 18th/19th...

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