Healthful Reasons Eating Vegetable Lentil Rice Soup Recipe Everyday

Many believe there’s nothing to eat being vegetarian or vegan. But, it’s a misconception. They have more choices than the way I eat. But, you would have to eat more refined and processed foods of which will likely make you overweight, sick and shorten your life. Continue reading “Healthful Reasons Eating Vegetable Lentil Rice Soup Recipe Everyday”

‘Almost’ 100% Vegetable Soup, With Added Chicken Broth…

I love soup and am always up for experimenting with new recipes. And, although I eat plant based whole food, I don’t mind spicing things up a bit. What I mean by this is I use various spices and on occasion I use chicken broth when making my soups. Continue reading “‘Almost’ 100% Vegetable Soup, With Added Chicken Broth…”

Low Glycemic Meal Planning: Life Without Rice, Potatoes And Bread? Seriously?

I think it’s important for our health to eat lower glycemic meals. Also, I believe it healthier to adopt a diet low in fat. I think high fat diets are responsible for weight gain, cardiovascular and other disease. But, I have read that too many refined carbohydrates can be unhealthy. Yet, on the other hand, some sources swear by eating all the avocados, nuts and olive oil you desire. Hum… Continue reading “Low Glycemic Meal Planning: Life Without Rice, Potatoes And Bread? Seriously?”

Easier Pressure Cooker Style 30 minute Split Pea Soup Recipe

My favorite soups are my own homemade pea soup and minestrone soup. When you buy soups from the store, they often have ingredients you don’t want. One ingredient they put too much of in soup is sodium. Most people in the USA consume way over the recommended daily dose. Continue reading “Easier Pressure Cooker Style 30 minute Split Pea Soup Recipe”

No Hassle Homemade Minestrone Vegetable Bean Soup Without Pasta

As I learn what is best for me to eat and not, I adjust my menu items. I love soup and always have, it’s just that certain soups have ingredients that aren’t too healthy to consume.

For example, Continue reading “No Hassle Homemade Minestrone Vegetable Bean Soup Without Pasta”

Spicy Hot Tofu Vegetable Soup Recipe

I have said in my posts I love soup. I don’t like eating cold food. I like things either at room temperature, warm or hot. It’s good to have more than a few meals to look forward to eating everyday. But, it’s not really necessary to have much on the menu. For example, I eat beans, potatoes and rice every single day. Often, I have soup. I never get tired of these. Continue reading “Spicy Hot Tofu Vegetable Soup Recipe”

Bean Lover’s Soup with Potato, Carrot & Celery recipe

In case you didn’t already know, I love soup. My bean lover’s soup with potato, carrot and celery is a good staple to make and freeze for later in your refrigerator.

Cooking this one is a ‘no brainer’ like most all my recipes I ‘purposely’ make simple and easy to cook and prepare. It’s set and forget. This recipe will satisfy and fill you up… Continue reading “Bean Lover’s Soup with Potato, Carrot & Celery recipe”

Healthy vegetarian recipes for weight loss that taste great

I love my own recipes. Usually, the chef doesn’t like eating his own recipes. I am sharing with you what I like to eat and what made me healthier and lose about fifty pounds. It’s basically low Continue reading “Healthy vegetarian recipes for weight loss that taste great”

‘Everything but the kitchen sink’ manhandled vegetable soup

You know, I just love vegetable soup. It’s an important part of my diet, especially since I’m not eating grain anymore. I really look forward to eating a hearty vegetable with bean soup, as I love a hot lunch and dinner.

I just made a batch up this morning because I ran out of potatoes. I had to go to the store, but didn’t want to go hungry. So, I cooked it up in the morning and ate before I went. I am really proud it turned out so delicious. Continue reading “‘Everything but the kitchen sink’ manhandled vegetable soup”

Cabbage and white bean soup recipe: Thou must enter ‘cabbage heaven’!

I simply love cabbage, but I love soup, too. Everyday, I add cabbage to a salad. I have learned that fruits and vegetables aren’t Continue reading “Cabbage and white bean soup recipe: Thou must enter ‘cabbage heaven’!”