Vegetarian Dishes for Autumn

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Vegetarian Dishes for Autumn
A funny thing happened on the way to growing old, I mean growing up. For several reasons I’ve found myself eating less meat. Part of the reason is simply that most meat for sale kind of sucks. Like so much supermarket fodder, it looks great and tastes like as little as possible. I’ve been able to source some meat direct from local farms, so the meat I do eat is better than ever, but I still eat less.
I don’t miss meat, in fact I feel better eating less of it, and when I do get a hankering for some I know where to get what I want. The truth is that you can go meat free in so many ways, you’ll barely even notice that some of your favorite dishes have turned into vegetarian masterpieces. Of course it’s easy to cook vegetarian meals in the summer, what with the bounty of fresh produce everywhere, but as our trips to the farmstand diminish it may take a bit more thought to create delicious wine friendly vegetarian meals. That is not going to stop me, so in light of the arrival of Fall let’s take a look at five great vegetarian option for a hearty dinner and the wines to pair with them.

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  • Agree perfectly with what is stated above. Going meatless is very easy. To start with, all you have to do is stop buying meat and meat products.
    You can still cook meat-like food by substituting the meat portions with other protean rich food like beans and lentils, even buck wheat is great.

    Oct 04, 2013 at 10:31 AM

  • Even though we like meat, vegetables and legumes are our main dishes. -

    Oct 04, 2013 at 1:09 PM

  • Snooth User: Quiquito
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    Ok! friends! and accompany with a good brut champagne served in plastic cups,.
    A paella without seafood, pork, chicken or any meat, is the same as Disney without the Mikey mouse, or a mojito without mint or matini without olive.
    At least, do not call it Paella, will at best, a vegetable stew cooked in one paella, which is the name of the utensil where the kitchen.
    Is not it sad truth is that which has no cure. / Bye,.

    Oct 04, 2013 at 2:24 PM

  • Thanks for the great recipes. I'll be sure to try some along with the wine pairings.

    Oct 06, 2013 at 8:23 PM

  • Sounds delicious! thanks for sharing

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    Oct 25, 2013 at 11:58 AM

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