Welcome to Vegetarian Foodie Fridays! Where we’re not just Meatless on Mondays, but all week through! Hi! My name is Melodie and I’m a long time vegetarian who’s into real food, holistic nutrition, and healthy living but suffers from a sweet tooth! (I love homemade baked goods and ice cream). To learn more about why I became a vegetarian or why I choose to raise my children vegetarian please click on my links.
My recipe this week is Ethiopian Injera, a fermented sourdough flatbread used to soak up stews. In the post I also discuss vegetarian choices in restaurants.
- You do not have to be a vegetarian/vegan or have a vegetarian/vegan blog to participate.
- Your dish must be completely meat-free (no fish or seafood and no meat based broths, etc). Eggs and dairy are fine. Desserts and other baked goods are welcome as are vegetarian friendly food-related and health posts.
- You may link any appropriate post you want. The date doesn’t really matter to me, although most people will link to something within a week old.
- Please link back to the carnival in the body of your post.
- Please ensure you link back to your post and not your blog.
- Please use your best carnival manners.
- Please try to visit others’ posts.
- Have fun!
My recipe this week is for (Kicking it Homeschool) Banana Muffins.
I wish I could try everyone’s recipes that get linked here. My intention when I started Vegetarian Foodie Fridays was to try two of your recipes per week, but alas, with all of the recent month’s life changes good intention doesn’t always beget action. But once in awhile I do get around to trying one of your dishes, and when I do I will post them here.
This week I enjoyed North Dakota Kitchen’s Baked Oatmeal, Sante Fe Spaghetti Squash Casserole from Debbi Does Dinner Healthy and Thai Sticky Rice with Mango from Mharo Rajasthan’s Recipes. All were delicious and thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you Shelly, Debbi and Priya!