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I recently went vegetarian, but I’m so busy with school and extracurrics that I don’t have a lot of time to cook…
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I'm a vegetarian too Laughing. But, I eat fish and dairy products so I am not a full vegan. I take a vitamin at night to help with getting my daily needs. I also eat a ton of noodles and fish tacos!(which i HIGHLY recommend)Veggie burgers and pizza and rice are good too. I also eat cereal and potatoes! I like being a vegetarian because I feel healthier and better about myself. Anemia is a huge deal for vegetarians and vegans so remember to eat dark greens, grapes, raisins, and other iron rich foods. If not, try a multivitamin. Explore your options, they have a huge selection at kroger marketplace! They have vegan chicken and corn dogs and chili! haha

by thestudyofwumbo on 8/1/2011 10:40:15 PM


MOD MOD MOD MOD MOD!!!! I've recently become vegetarian and I think Im doing pretty well. My mom is on board with it, but my dad, for some wierd reason, isnt. I understand that he's concerned about my health, but I'm honestly doing a really good job getting protein from eggs, milk, nuts, beans, and even fish. I even told him that Im getting my needed protein through all this, but appearently I need to get this "special" kind of protein from meat for me to grow. Ugh. Im not five. Isnt protein just protein? Anyway, how can I convince my dad that Im getting enough protein and that a vegetarian diet isnt necessarily an eating disorder?

Hey girly,

You need to sit down with both of your parents and talk about all this. Before you do though, try to get as much research as you can from the internet about protein and being a vegetarian. When you talk to your dad, be mature, calm and show him that you have put a lot of thought into this. Don't be afraid to ask your mom for help in talking to him too. Together, your maturity, information, and your mom's help should at least get him to think about it.
Good Luck!

Catie C.

by sapphire1214 on 6/8/2011 10:43:27 AM


I'm a vegetarian, ever since about seven months ago. If you need recipes and ideas, e-mail Vegetarian Societies and if you have friends who are vegetarians, ask them.

You can also just get vegetable broth and just throw a whole bunch of vegetables in a pot, with an egg or two. It's really delicious.

Bean burritos, salads, and trail mixes are good, too. Just get creative. : )

by Greengreentea11 on 5/22/2011 3:51:57 PM


This is super-cool! I'm not veg, but I don't eat a lot of meat, so I usually use eggs/ nuts/ other protein sources to get me full! I'd recommend Morningstar for veggie burgers, but if you have an hour or so on a Sunday, whipping up your own veggie burgers is best! I have a fab recipe I'd be happy to give out, and the best thing is they freeze REALLY well, so you can freeze them individually, and have like 12 awesome meals, which are lower in sodium and fat, a suprising addition to a lot of veggie burgers!

by PolishPrincess on 5/14/2011 12:05:10 PM


wuz up vegetarian chikas

by mag222 on 5/8/2011 7:53:41 PM


MOD MOD MOD i absoloooootly h8 meat-everything to where it comes from to what it tastes like!!!! i really want to be a vegetarian but my mom says "i need protein". even if i come up with things that give me protein she still wont change her answer!!!!! please help



Hey girly! Why not take your mom shopping to show her all of the things you could eat for protein? Maybe, volunteer to cook a meatless dinner one night for everyone. If she still doesn't budge, you could always be a partial-vegetarian. Like, eating meat at home to avoid the fight, but then avoiding it when you can.


Becca G.

by mag222 on 5/8/2011 7:51:05 PM


I am a vegetarian too!!! VEGETARIANS UNITE!! Morning star and Boca are good brands for fake chicken patties I was born vegetarian so if you want to ask me any recipes come to my channel i bet i could find ya something also try searching on Google For example if you were looking for a burger recipe you would type in Vegetarian Burger Recipe hope this helps! Bye

by soccerfreak78 on 5/4/2011 6:24:35 PM


In the house i live in there is NO way that i could be a vegitarian, I also love a steak every once and a while, but for about the past year i have only eaten meat in one meal a day, and it works. Smile

by sarahjanehaha on 5/2/2011 10:07:00 PM


im not vegetarian! my aunt is, but she still eats chicken for protein.

by puppylover1152 on 5/2/2011 8:59:20 PM


I am vegetarian but also really picky. and i mean super picky. what i used to eat the most was pasta, so now i add things to the pasta like tomato sauce with a full serving of veggies in it and i drink lots of milk.

by spunkygirl03 on 5/2/2011 8:03:14 PM


i tried beign a vegetarian for 2 weeks . i liked it . but it was hard to eat at school . and supper was pretty bland . and i didn't feel healthy . so i am waiting till i'm done growing to do that again .

by farmer's daughter(: on 5/2/2011 7:58:25 PM


tofu is always a good idea. fava beans have lots of protein in them. you should try those.

by voucher on 5/2/2011 6:56:16 PM


I am vegetarian too. just make sure you get a lot of protein. I eat a lot of peanut butter, eggs, some kind of beans, and smoothies

by maiziemae15 on 5/2/2011 6:04:37 PM


I've been a vegetarian for 4 years and when I'm busy and have to be somewhere quick, I eat edemame or morning star brand items.. ssooo goodd! When your vegetarian, you have to make fruits and veggies your best friend!

by soccrchick16 on 5/2/2011 4:17:17 PM

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