You’ve Watched “Got Health”, Now You Need Some Good Vegetarian/Vegan Recipes. Here’s 7 To Get You Started

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So You’re Done With Meat

Maybe you recently watched the Netflix documentary “Got Health?” and became so extremely disgusted by what you’ve learned about the meat industry that you simply can’t bring yourself to ever eat another meat product again. Maybe you read about the health benefits of a vegetarian or vegan diet and decided you want to try them for yourself. Either way, making the switch to a non-meat diet can be a little intimidating when you think of giving up some of your favorite meat dishes. Rest assured, for many of your favorite meat dishes, there is a vegetarian or vegan counterpart. Here are a few recipes that are sure to make the transition much easier so that you won’t miss the meat at all.

Easy Black Bean Burgers

 

Easy Black Bean Burgers

 

Smoky Vegan Carrot Dogs

Smoky Vegan Hot Dogs

 

Portabella Mushroom Cheesesteaks

Portabella Cheesesteak

Vitagoods

 

Portobello Mushroom Steaks

Portobella Steaks

 

ROASTED PEPPER GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH

Roasted Pepper Grilled Cheese

 

 

Vegan Bacon

Rice Paper Bacon

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Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

 Cauliflower Buffalo Wings
Making the switch to a non-meat diet doesn’t need to be intimidating. Giving up some of your favorite meat dishes doesn’t even have to feel like much of a change at all with all of the available substitutes. I’ve personally tried many of these substitutes with my own kids and they were a hit. Hopefully, these key recipes will make the transition much easier so that you won’t miss the meat at all. Besides, considering that many veggie alternatives are much lower in fat and calories, you can have all you can eat without the guilt.

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