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Feb. 26th, 2010 04:59 pm
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I'm thinking of going vegetarian/pescetarian. Anyone have any helpful advice/info/sources?

Date: 2010-02-27 01:51 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] tara-knight.livejournal.com
Reading different diet books, including "The Blood Type Diet" helped me figure out what is best for me to eat. In fact, the authors have a website: http://www.dadamo.com/

I also have observed that what one ate as a child determines how their adult body reacts to food.

food!

Date: 2010-03-17 02:30 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
If the goal (main goal or side effect or whatever!) for going vegetarian is eating healthy and being healthy, I highly recommend this book:
http://fantastic-voyage.net/
It describes very thoroughly what to eat and what to avoid for getting as good a health as possible, and minimizing the risks for illnesses.
The diet recommended is not vegetarian, but "close to" in the sense that it recommends minimal or no red meat, little white meat, some fish and lots of vegetables and legumes.

This is also a kind of interesting book, allthough I don't agree with everything they say. They also have a podcast.
http://veganfreak.com/

Also a pretty good blog with recipies: But it is probably hard to read as it is mainly in norwegian :( But she posts all recipies in english too.
http://norwayveggie.blogspot.com/

And lentils can actually taste really lovely! Especially puy-lentils (the best kind!). Cook them, then sprinkle a little olive oil, lemon (important! this makes the biggest difference!) and pepper on top.

Good luck!

Greetings from a pirate who was shanty-listener

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