Just be careful, though, as some refried beans contain lard...which is a fancy way of saying animal fat.Originally Posted by SummerSn0ws
You can make tacos, but instead of meat, use canned refried beans. Or spaghetti with sauce from a jar. Or big giant salads.
You can make a stir fry - just get some broccoli and carrots and onions or whatever veggies you like, and cook them in a pan till they're done, then serve over brown rice, with soy sauce on the side.
Your local library probably has vegetarian cookbooks, around Dewey decimal number 641. A beginner's book that I found very helpful is Being Vegetarian for Dummies.
Good luck, and enjoy!
Hey, I am new into this too, and maybe I could offer some good tips. First off, if you have any favorite dishes that involved meat, there might not be a reason to throw them out. Consider substituting the meat for Morningstar's Meat Substitutes. I made a wonderful vegan "bacon cheeseburger" pizza the other day that was really, really good, made with the Morningstar meat crumbles and Morningstar bacon strips and vegan cheese.Originally Posted by veggie_lover
i am new to this hole thing and i don't know how to start! i want to stert being a veggi but have no clue!
can some one help me! recipes or diretions would help!