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How to Go Vegetarian (the Right Way)

People often equate a vegetarian diet with a healthy lifestyle, and while, in my experience, there’s often a pretty strong correlation between the two, it’s far from a given. After all, some of the world’s greatest comfort foods are (or easily can be) vegetarian — pizza, mac n’ cheese, cookies, ice cream. It’s entirely possible to be a strict vegetarian without eating many veggies at all.
Granted, that’s a terrible idea. If you’re interested in going veg (or even just incorporating more vegetarian dishes into your life), you should definitely learn a bit about how to go vegetarian the right way. And this cool infographic from the folks at Ontario’s Lakeshore Convention Centre has some smart tips on how to do just that.
how to go vegetarian
Do you agree with all of these suggestions? I probably wouldn’t have listed tofu right at the top, as I try to use soy sparingly, but there’s definitely a lot of helpful information on how to go vegetarian in there! —Kristen

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  1. Margarita says:

    Great infographic. I have considered going vegetarian, but it is scary to make sure you get the right nutrition,

  2. Corinn says:

    I’ve been veg for almost a year now and have found that it really isn’t as challenging as some make it out to be. Most restaurants have a veg option, and the number of pre-prepared veg-friendly (and even vegan friendly) options continues to grow. If it helps anyone- I’ve found that prepping a large number of servings every week and then freezing them helps me stay veggie with little thought on my part. Thanks for the great infographic.