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You might recall several months ago I started to talk about the Ayurvedic diet. Made a lot of philosophic sense - check. Good for me - check. Recipes looked yummy - check. Did it happen? - nope. Once real life kicks in, very precise diets with long, involved recipes just don't happen for me. I don't know about you. But yesterday, I saw a segment on tv about the awful, awful, awful way most meat is acquired for our consumption; the conditions in which factory farm animals are, on the whole, forced to live (check out http://www.voiceless.org.au/ - but be prepared for some confronting images). So, for about the millioneth time in my life, I am considering vegetarianism. I have tried this on and off since, I would say, Morrissey was photographed holding this sign in the 80s. Morrissey is a renowned vegetarian and was one of my teenage heroes (heck, he's one of my heroes now) Or, should I say, I am considering eating less meat (mainly chicken and fish if I can manage it), assessing how the meat was produced when I'm shopping (is it organic? Free range?) and trying to (greatly) broaden my repetoire of vegetable recipes.
Do you know any good vegetable recipes? I can't think of a vegetable I truly dislike, so feel free to share whatever you enjoy. Are you vegetarian?