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Doing some VeggieConverting on your own?
Try these vegan whole foods meat substitutes:
- Mushroom Bacon Bits
- Black Forest Bacon Strips
- Lentil and Rice Ground Beef Substitute
- Italian Sausage Crumbles
- Steak Strips
- Ham Loaf
- Ham Cutlets
- Northern Bean Chicken Nuggets
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More About VeggieConverter
VeggieConverter: One vegetarian mom + one meat-eating dad and two undecided kids = a challenge to create meals that incorporate more whole foods into the family’s blended-eater lifestyle.
Kristi Arnold is the author of VeggieConverter.com. A former newspaper editor, Kristi is now a stay-at-home mom who enjoys cooking whole foods for herself, a vegetarian, her husband, a meat-eater, and their two undecided kids.
Frustrated by making everyone in a ‘blended-eater’ family a different meal, VeggieConverter completed a challenge to create a different family-friendly vegetarian meal each day in 2011.The challenge to incorporate more whole foods into their blended-eater family lifestyle continues.
More About Kristi Arnold
- Kristi Arnold began her career as a photojournalist in 2001. She has been the editor and all-around newspaperwoman at several community newspapers in the Midwest as well as the Atlanta metropolitan area. Kristi earned her bachelor’s of photojournalism degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and also has a master’s of science in criminal justice. She began her career as a stay-at-home mom in 2009 and has since been striving to satisfy her non-vegetarian husband and child with meat substitutes and “fake” versions of family favorites. With the addition of her second daughter in 2010, the cooking critiques are sure to become even more complex. For each day in 2011, a standard family recipe will be converted to a vegetarian-friendly version. Some of these conversions were fantastic surprises, while others were epic failures. In 2012, the family began their journey toward incorporating more whole foods into their routine.
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