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Hello from Scotland most of my life growing up with my family I have been an omnivore meat and veg but mostly meat. Over the past few years I've noticed how the way I eat effects my health. So only just recently and a big thanks to my sister (As she is vegetarian) I've switched to a vegetarian diet.<br><br>
Hopefully I can find suggestions and ideas here on what to try out as to be frankly honest my pallet for food has been very limited most of my life.
 

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Welcome to VB!<br><br>
Sounds like you're in for a culinary adventure. There are so many strange and wonderful foods and cuisines to try from. Obviously Indian food. Then there are a lot of interesting foods from around the Mediterranean (hummus, falafel, baba ganoush, cous cous, etc, - Lebanese, Moroccon, Italian, Greek cuisines). And then there is Mexican food such as guacamole (don't try the store bought one in the UK, it's horrible), black beans, refried beans, corn, enchiladas, tortillas and more. And Thai food have a lot to offer as well! I could go on and on <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 

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I'm slowly branching out towards indian, mexican as well as italian. It's going slow but I am finding things I like.
 

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I am a very monotonous eater and used to have chicken for lunch and dinner. now, I have so much food to choose from. I try not to eat veggie burgers everyday, but at least they are great tasting and easy to prepare. You can't go wrong with brown rice and veggies. a big salad with healthy dressing, veggies and beans is good too. I find the variety to be so good tasting and easy to make. I don't really cook, but a lot of veg stuff is really easy and also healthy even if a little processed.
 
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