I’ve read so much about food and health, and seriously considered becoming vegetarian. But I decided not to be 100% vegetarian. That said, I do strongly believe in a whole foods, plant-based diet so my meal planning alternates vegetarian and non-vegetarian recipes.
Eat to Live
Joel Fuhrman, M.D.
Because my daughter has a dairy sensitivity, I’ve discovered that by leaving out dairy, most of our vegetarian meals become vegan.
And even if we choose not to be vegetarian, many of our family and friends are. This poses a challenge in hosting dinners parties. Hence, I’ve developed menus to include dishes that will satisfy omnivores as well as vegans /vegetarians.