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#1 Old 01-10-2016, 08:54 AM
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Do some of you have some nice and easy (but still satiating food) recipes for a new vegetarian, its for dinner.. ?


Perhaps for a week or so, or just some of your favorite recipes

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#2 Old 01-10-2016, 09:33 AM
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Of course! But it would really help if you narrowed it down to what foods you like, don't like, and have on hand!

What foods are you now cooking?
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Of course! But it would really help if you narrowed it down to what foods you like, don't like, and have on hand!

What foods are you now cooking?
Ow, Im new in all this vegetarian, but I can tell that I like: rice, potatoes, nuts, oatmeal, most vegetabels and fruit - but not mango, unfortunately, caus it looks so yummi. And then i LOOVE avocado <3 Hmm.. Im not that picky, I think :-)

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Of course! But it would really help if you narrowed it down to what foods you like, don't like, and have on hand!

What foods are you now cooking?
Im not good at the English Words for food. But I´ll try anyway. Today I´ll make: cauliflower balls with mixed salat and dressing, plus hazel baked potatoes with oil and good spices. For the potatoes I also make a homemade dressing with garlic This is what I do today, but is also a good example of a normal dinner for us, normaly I used meat, but I have to Cook at least vegetarian food from now on

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Ow, Im new in all this vegetarian, but I can tell that I like: rice, potatoes, nuts, oatmeal, most vegetabels and fruit - but not mango, unfortunately, caus it looks so yummi. And then i LOOVE avocado <3 Hmm.. Im not that picky, I think :-)
Those are all healthy foods! Just include some beans or lentils in your meals, as well.

I like these easy recipes:

No-salt canned black beans (rinse well before eating), with corn and chopped avocado. Serve cold.

Oatmeal with some added mashed tofu

Soup made with lentils, kale, and onions, in a broth of water, tomato sauce, soy sauce, and chili sauce

Whole wheat spaghetti with lentils and marinara sauce

Whole wheat pita bread with hummous

Falafel sandwiches with lettuce, tomato, pickles, and tahini (found in Middle Eastern or Mediterranean sections of the market)
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Those are all healthy foods! Just include some beans or lentils in your meals, as well.
I´m glad you think its healthy, I hope to be a good vegetatian, but I dont know if I´ve been missing some vitamins?


Yes, I have heard a lot no-meat-eater speak about beans and lentils , I think it´s a musthave for vegetarian and vegan people? I like beans, havnt tried lentils


I would put it into fake-meat-balles. Sorry- ( I really need to know the English no-meat Words list )




But breakfast and lunch is not that different, its the dinner I have no experience.

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The Dansk Vegetarforening website also has good information: http://www.vegetarforening.dk/
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Hello


Do some of you have some nice and eacy (but still satiating food) recipes for a new vegetarian, its for dinner.. ?


Perhaps for a week or so, or just some of your favorite recipes
Welcome flustine91

I second Silva's recommendation for beans and lentils. This is the kind of stew I like for winter, lots of protein, hearty and filling, nice and simple and you can make a batch and keep it in the fridge for several days:

http://www.vegkitchen.com/recipes/ev...y-lentil-soup/

Are you aware that there is a Danish vegetarian society? Looks like they have meet-ups and a Facebook page:

http://www.vegetarforening.dk/node/899

>Oops, beat me to it David3<
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Thank you, David3


What´s your favorite food for dinner, if I can ask ?

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Welcome flustine91

I second Silva's recommendation for beans and lentils. This is the kind of stew I like for winter, lots of protein, hearty and filling, nice and simple and you can make a batch and keep it in the fridge for several days:

http://www.vegkitchen.com/recipes/ev...y-lentil-soup/

Are you aware that there is a Danish vegetarian society? Looks like they have meet-ups and a Facebook page:

http://www.vegetarforening.dk/node/899

>Oops, beat me to it David3<
It sounds delicious, Spudulika I´ll try that


Yes I know, but the sites on Danish and the forums there are available, is not going that well, in my opinion. I like this site, I just have a problem by express myself, I hope the people I talk to on this site understand what I´m writing

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Thank you, David3


What´s your favorite food for dinner, if I can ask ?
My favorite food, for any meal, is lentil and kale soup!




Flustine91, what are your other favorite meals? Maybe someone here knows a meatless version.
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Yes, I have heard a lot no-meat-eater speak about beans and lentils , I think it´s a musthave for vegetarian and vegan people? I like beans, havnt tried lentils


I would put it into fake-meat-balles. Sorry- ( I really need to know the English no-meat Words list )
I had a quick look for vegetarian Danish meatballs, and found a lentil version here (I will try these using chickpea 'egg' and plain soya yoghurt):

http://www.smag-behag.dk/opskrifter/...dbedetzatziki/

English translation: https://danskmadpaaengelsk.wordpress...dbedetzatziki/
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I had a quick look for vegetarian Danish meatballs, and found a lentil version here (I will try these using chickpea 'egg' and plain soya yoghurt):

http://www.smag-behag.dk/opskrifter/...dbedetzatziki/

English translation: https://danskmadpaaengelsk.wordpress...dbedetzatziki/
Thank you, they sound so good, I have to tray make thise


I made cauliflower balls for the first time yesterday, they was so good and the Family liket them as well The future looks bright


Its a big help, thank you <3

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