Vegetarian Tips: Make Your Vegetarian Diet A Balanced Diet!

Written by Jasdeep Singh

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. You can find Zinc inrepparttar following Vegetarian Food items:- Whole grains (especiallyrepparttar 140855 germ and bran ofrepparttar 140856 grain), nuts, tofu, leafy vegetables (lettuce, spinach, cabbage), root vegetables (onions, potatoes, carrots, celery, radishes), eggs and dairy products.

. You can find Protein inrepparttar 140857 following Vegetarian Food items:- Vegetarians must eat a variety of plant foods overrepparttar 140858 course of a day to get enough protein. Eg: Tempeh, miso lentils, tofu, nuts, seeds, and peas.

. You can find Vitamin D inrepparttar 140859 following Vegetarian Food items:- fortified cereals (or a small amount of sunlight) and Fortified milk and soymilk

. You can Vitamin B12 inrepparttar 140860 following Vegetarian Food items:- Tempeh, miso, eggs, dairy products, fortified soymilk and cereals.. Tempeh and miso are foods made from soybeans. They are low in calories and fat and high in protein.

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Frugal Menu Planning--Getting Started

Written by Cyndi Roberts

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While you are making your menu plan, think about what will be happening inrepparttar next week. Is Friday night Football Game Night? Plan to have a supper that is quick to fix. Is Wednesday your day off? That isrepparttar 140778 day you might want to try out a new recipe that takes a little longer to prepare.

Whatever your schedule, plan your menus around it. And be flexible! If it snows on Tuesday, and you hadn't planned to make chili until Thursday, you can just switchrepparttar 140779 menus around.

Keep your lists, so that in weeks to come, you can be reminded of some meals your family especially liked(or disliked!). After a few weeks, you will end up with a set of weekly menus that you can use over and over.

With your plan in hand, you won't be tempted to go for takeout because you just can't think of anything to make for supper. And you won't get caught without that "one ingredient" you need to make tonight's supper, so no more last minute trips torepparttar 140780 grocery store!

Cyndi Roberts is the editor of the "1 Frugal Friend 2 Another" bi-weekly newsletter and founder of the website of the same name. Visit to find creative tips, articles, and a free e-cooking book. Subscribe to the newsletter and receive the free e-course "Taming the Monster Grocery Bill".

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