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What does a vegetarian way of eating look like? Being a vegetarian simply means eating a plant-based diet. It means living on a diet consisting of vegetables, grains, dairy products, and fruits.

There are many different reasons why someone would choose a vegetarian diet. Some vegetarians condemn meat eating due to the nature of the way animals are killed for food. Many believe meat is not needed in the human diet for survival or to be healthy. Many vegetarians simply choose vegetarian eating for any number of health reasons.

Healthy Vegetarian Lunches is Book 2 in the series and contains a collection of 28 recipes to help you get through your day with healthy recipes that will satisfy. A sample of the delicious vegetarian lunch recipes include:
Colorful PaninisCircles and StringsVegetarian ChiliStuffed PeppersBeans and Rice with a KickThe author has also included an introduction to vegetarian eating in the front of the book to give you a quick, easy-to-follow guide on the foods recommended for a healthy vegetarian eating plan.

The vegetarian recipes from this series will broaden your food choices and help you find some new favorites as well as give you some wonderful information on what a vegetarian diet is like.

Product Details

  • File Size: 224 KB
  • Print Length: 62 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 10, 2012
  • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008AE67UK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Great collection of recipes

 on October 13, 2012
By Kindle Customer
I bought this book for my mum as she likes vegitarian cooking. Many of the recipes I even liked, especially the white pizza. Will be showing my mum these recipes so we have a little more variety of things to eat. Well put together and great for vegetarians.

For a healthier life

2 people found this helpful.
 on August 17, 2014
By Grady Harp
Author, nutritionist and chef Bindi Wetzel has published a large number of books about vegetarian foods including her popular PLANT BASED series on nutrition, and recipes, Vegetarian cooking, and even how to grow vegetables. This book is a very helpful, easy to follow recipe book for making Vegetarian Lunches, but it is so very much more than that.

A gentle how to on how to transition into a vegetarian lifestyle.

 on August 18, 2014
By Priestess Auset Ra Amen: Rev. Michelle Lewis, B.Msc.
Reading this book I can’t help but feel the authors passion, it was like sitting down with the cool aunt who pass out sage advice on the how to of life, the recipes in this book are delicious, but what I especially loved was the authors approach to getting folks to transition to a vegetarian diet, she begins by listing the various types of vegetarians, how to successfully make the transition as its a lifestyle and not the latest fad, she gives real advice on food alternatives such as diary and natural sugars, while the author herself has no food allergies and do incorporate some diary, she gives the readers choice, I felt like she held my hands and took me on a supermarket shopping to transition into a new way of life, there are so many delicious options and even a new twist on favorites, the nutty asparagus had my mouth watering, tomatoes with collards, now a very interesting twist on potato salad, I have been incorporating apple cider vinegar in my diet and never did it cross my mind to add it to a potato salad, that is a new twist when I think of the ingredients coming together with the spicy mustard its like a melody in the mouth. even listed are some sandwich recipe. this vegetarian cookbook has simple, delicious recipes that are simple to prepare and nutritious, but what I loved most like I stated, was the authors approach, she made you feel like yes I can do this!!! I can make this a permanent lifestyle change, the author Bindi Wetzel has a way to draw the reader in and gives wise, sound advice while teaching you a whole new way to make the transition painlessly and effortlessly.

Nice selection of vegetarian recipes

 on August 17, 2014
By The Brooks Stead
Full disclosure – I was asked to review this book and was given a free copy of it. While I am not a vegetarian, I recognize the health benefits of being one. I personally follow a more Primal/Paleo way of eating, but part of that is incorporating a lot of plant-based foods, especially vegetables, into my diet.

Helpful Meal Choices For Dieters Everywhere!

One person found this helpful.
 on August 15, 2014
By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca
Bindi’s book has excellent dietary choices like veggie bobs,

Good, non-scary introduction to a vegetarian diet

One person found this helpful.
 on August 22, 2014
By Tracy Rowan
Bindi Wetzel has compiled a very nice little collection of non-scary dishes for people who are looking to move more into a plant-based diet. By non-scary, I mean that most of them are familiar dishes such as potato and pasta salad, grilled cheese, salads, and so forth, and that most can be prepared without a lot of ingredients that are unfamiliar to people who aren’t vegetarians yet, things like seitan and tempeh and the like. This is definitely a service to beginning vegetarians.

Not Just for Lunch

 on August 22, 2014
By M. Heather Foeh
There’s a nice selection of recipes in this book – enough to please every taste! And you certainly don’t need to think of these as only “lunch” recipes; many would be excellent choices for a hearty dinner or a dinner side dish as well. A few require prep the night before if you don’t want to be rushed in the morning, but many also do not. Again, something for everyone!

Vegetarian Made Simple

 on August 23, 2014
By Hannah M. Labudde
Wonderful recipes to get you started on a vegetarian diet. They are easy to read and easy to make. The author has found wonderful recipes that anyone can recreate. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is interested in the vegetarian lifestyle!!

Not helpful.

 on October 30, 2014
By Cejay Mel
You don’t need a book to figure out that potato salad, slaw, or pizza and chili with the meat omitted are vegetarian. Rated it 3 only because recipes are clearly written.