Posts Tagged: Wayne County Veg

DIY Gardening

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A little over a month ago, we started to re-plant our garden. In magnitude, our garden lies somewhere between the biggest “serious” suburban gardens in Richmond and the small casual gardens. We grow mostly conventional vegetables and herbs, although this year we have a large (40+ bulb) plot of garlic! We have a few flowers… Read more »

Green Gear: The Food Processor

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Green Gear is a series where we discuss different kitchen tools, how they can be used with Veg*n cooking, and some other helpful tips about them. We bought our first Food Processor when we got married, a little over two years ago. It was an Oster model; I think it held 10 cups. We bought… Read more »

Vegetarian Sloppy Joes

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Happy Valentine’s Day! This is one of my all-time favorite dishes.  Back when I would eat meat, I used to love it when my mom would make Sloppy Joe’s (we called them “Barbecue”), which generally involved a pound or two of ground beef, some spices, and other goodies. Fortunately, this is one of the entrees… Read more »

Making it Stick: Succeeding as a Veg*n

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One phrase that I’ve heard dozens of times is “Oh, I used to be a vegetarian, but…” Some people say it remorsefully, almost out of failure, that they just couldn’t hack it. Others say it in the same disdainful way that people announce that they “used to listen to Britney Spears.” There are a lot… Read more »

Mel’s advice to a young vegetarian

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One of the reasons that Aaron and I set up this website is because as soon as people find out that our family is vegetarian we’re inundated with lots of questions about what we eat, why we eat the way we do and how others can make better food choices. We don’t mind answering questions,… Read more »