If you’re trying to ‘go meatless’ at least once a week to improve health, support non-abuse of animals, reduce the impact of raising meat on the environment – or to save money – you owe it to yourself to try meatless cooking. It’s a refreshing change that is easy and one that produces amazing benefits.
This idea is a new way of thinking about your health and your lifestyle. One popular blog online today offers ways to save money by cooking with less meat. Grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato soup, bean and cheese burritos and cheese and onion enchiladas are just a few of the great suggestions on this helpful blog.
Another online website tells you how to use Seitan (say-tan), a popular meat substitute that can be found in most health food stores. It’s made from the gluten extracted from wheat flour and is used in Japan as a protein equivalent to meat.
Aside from the amount of meat substitutes that take the place of ground beef, pork and chicken, you can also find an abundance of recipes that use legumes and dairy products that combine to create great meatless recipes.
Online sites and published cookbooks that highlight meatless recipes and meals are turning out at an astronomical rate, so there’s no shortage of information if you want to pursue a meatless lifestyle.
When you decide to ‘go meatless’, you’ll want to explore all avenues of meatless cooking, including making up your own recipes or adapting old recipes into great vegetarian culinary delights.