Category: healthyish / home cooking

diet-eat.net – This Halloumi Burger Is My Platonic Ideal of a Vegetarian Sandwich

It’s not that I don’t love veggie burgers—I have a soft spot for Dr. Praeger’s, and am in a long-distance relationship with NYC’s Superiority Burger. It’s just that, as 2020’s summer-that-wasn’t hammered home, these hot, glorious months are precious and short. In that context, it’s hard to feel like measuring out 100 ingredients (one of

diet-eat.net – 80 Healthy 4th of July Recipes to Eat Outdoors (In Your Favorite Sun Hat)

These healthy 4th of July recipes are the gateway beyond burnt hot dogs and solo cups. Forget red, white, and blue everything—this year we’re doubling down on a full rainbow of peak season produce. We’re talking about the zippy watermelon and snap pea salad that’s doused in a powerhouse triumvirate: Taiwanese black vinegar, chile crisp,

diet-eat.net – How My Parents’ Koththamalli Recipe Soothes Me to Sleep

Food is medicine in my Sri Lankan home. My parents infused their love and care for me and my sister into the food they cooked. Thaththa, my father, plated spicy sambals to comfort us during drowsy, sluggish sick days. Amma, my mother, blended leafy greens with coconut milk and cooked rice for warm glasses of

diet-eat.net – 52 Summer Vegetarian Recipes to Make, Eat, and Repeat All Season Long

This handy list of summer vegetarian recipes will help you make the most of the season’s sun-kissed, rainbow-hued bounty. Carnivores and omnivores, don’t worry: Going vegetarian doesn’t have to mean cold, limp lettuce and unfulfilled hot dog dreams. (Plus, nobody said you can’t still fire up that grill; you do you!) Here we’ve got plenty

diet-eat.net – 54 Healthy Egg Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Consider this list of healthy egg recipes an ode to those yolky lil’ guys—a.k.a., the stars of our kitchens. Why are we so obsessed? Well, for one, they’re delicious. But they’re also super versatile; eggs can do it all!. They’ll steal the show in a delicious breakfast sandwich, play nice with veggies in green shakshuka,

diet-eat.net – MSG Makes Vegan Cooking a Breeze

People often assume that going vegan is the ultimate sacrifice. You’re used to eating nothing but the 10s—juicy steaks, long-simmering broths, and buttercream frosting—and then suddenly you find a glass ceiling of 7s above your head. Lentil salad is great and all, but does it haunt your dreams like a dense, cheesy lasagna?  When I

diet-eat.net – 29 Healthy Cauliflower Recipes to Celebrate Our Favorite Flower

These healthy cauliflower recipes make the most of our favorite crucifer. While loads of vegetables are destined to play supporting roles in our meals, cauliflower is hefty enough to standalone as the star. We love it grilled like steak and topped with peppy walnut caper salsa, minced into a bright and vinegary vegetarian larb, or

diet-eat.net – This Tofu Press Changed My Relationship with Tofu

Being a vegetarian doesn’t mean subsisting on steamed broccoli and bowls of pasta. In her monthly column, nearly lifelong vegetarian Sarah Jampel will tackle cooking, eating, and navigating the world meat-free—even when her grandma still doesn’t know what she makes for dinner. Next up: Why you should buy a tofu press. Every week I buy

diet-eat.net – 32 Dairy-Free Desserts That Butter Lovers Can Get Behind Too

While we’re not here to debate whether butter everything better, dairy-free desserts have a place in our hearts. Whether you’re lactose intolerant (condolences) and can’t handle the belly ache, or just trying to reduce your environmental impact, these recipes all have their own good thing going. We’re talking about the chocolate pudding that gets all

diet-eat.net – 43 Paleo Recipes the Non-Adherents Will Love Too

These paleo recipes make cooking for whole foods-enthusiasts a breeze. Also known as the caveman diet, it seeks to mirror the hunter-gatherer lifestyles of our ancestors’ living in the Paleolithic era: no sugar, gluten, grains, beans, peanuts, or dairy. Instead, you’ll find an emphasis on fruits, vegetables, and meats that have been minimally processed. We’re

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