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The outlet also offers a high tea buffet. Where: 24 Keong Saik Road Open: noon to 2. The menu indicates which items are vegan friendly and gluten-free, as well as dishes that can be prepared without onion or garlic. Where: Race Course Road Open: 10am to Located at Orchard Central's roof top garden, Joie offers an extensive range of fine vegetarian fare. Tantalising treats include a zucchini tower, lime tofu and green curry emulsion, and a wild rice and eggplant terrine.

Heartier dishes include a truffle risotto and a duo of pumpkin and spinach ravioli. The restaurant was featured on Singapore's inaugural Bib Gourmand list in Its most popular dishes include oatmeal tofu, braised shiitake mushroom kong bah, Penang rendang made with mushrooms, and a crispy yam ring basket. Where : 76 Peck Seah Street Open : This burger joint in Eunos has a range of hearty burgers.

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The patties are made with soy or mushroom, and topped with everything from crispy onion rings to grilled pineapple, and vegetables. There are six burgers to choose from. Where: 44 Jalan Eunos Open: Tofu jackets filled with mushrooms and vegetables from Loving Hut. Expect dishes such as a Nonya Laksa - vermicelli laksa made with soy milk instead of coconut milk; Meatless Lor Ark, or braised duck, noodle; satay and more. Where: Joo Chiat Road, Open : The cafe is one of the pioneers of the raw food movement in Singapore.

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While it has a good range of raw and vegetarian dishes, hormone-free chicken and fish also feature on the menu. However, the cafe does not use red meat, cow dairy, and white sugar. It also does not add preservatives or artificial colouring to its food. The menu also has a range of gluten-free alternatives for those who are gluten sensitive or intolerant.

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We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. But a log-in is still required for our PDFs. Skip to main content. Go to ST Food for more trusted reviews and recipes. Opened in , the restaurant has gained a following for its excellent brunch, which features an assortment of house-made, elevated comfort food dishes, such as biscuits topped with a mushroom and vegan chorizo gravy.

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The tamari-braised kale served as a morning side is particularly revelatory—we know how ridiculous that sounds, but trust us. Way S; Georgetown Liquor Company A dive bar first and foremost, this Georgetown hangout also boasts a daylong menu of sandwiches and shareable pub food befitting the dark, scruffy interiors. The most popular sandwich is the Picard, a French dip knockoff piled with thinly sliced, herby Field Roast, a meat substitute made from grain rather than tofu. Loving Hut This diverse, internationally influenced restaurant credits its concept to a woman known as Supreme Master Ching Hai, a spiritual teacher with thousands of followers worldwide.

Now, before we lose you, know that this tucked-away diner is worth taking seriously, despite its slightly woo-woo origin. Not your typical I. Lunch and dinner Wed. Everything from the curry powder to the paneer is made from scratch. SE, Suite C; But the meals—all vegetarian, all certified kosher—cover a multitude of decorating sins. The mock versions of sweet and sour chicken and broccoli beef are good, but less interesting than the traditional Chinese vegetarian dishes, which, they say, go back to imperial China.

Do yourself a favor and try the Botanic Feast, made with braised vegetables and white fungus. Breakfast and lunch Mon. Teapot Vegetarian House Devotees to this pan-Asian vegetarian and kosher restaurant now have to head to Redmond since the Capitol Hill location closed in The decor is simple, the service is friendly, and the proteins come in the form of nuts, mock meat and tofu in a parade of dishes representing Thailand, Japan, China and Vietnam. I just wasn't that impressed by the book.

Oct 08, Jorien rated it it was ok. The main point of the book was "do not eat meat for 5 days a week". Which I think is sensible, but all and all it is not consistent. How about dairy, how about eggs, how about negative studies concerning the effects of soy?


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This was a soapbox manifesto, but it hasn't changed my mind. If you're looking at good books read micheal pollan's or food inc. There is some background information after which you will never ever will go to McDonalds, not even for the vegetarian food. Jun 22, Noah Jacobs rated it liked it. Quick read, but verbose in parts. It's a very short book with a meaningful message, but the point can be conveyed in a few sentences. I give it three stars for the food recipes at the end, which may be quite useful.

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Sep 08, Kenyatta Johnson rated it liked it Shelves: health. Quick, insightful read. Mainly informative on the high risks associated with the SAD and the harm this diet has on the planet as a whole. The recipes could have been better but you can find plenty of vegan or vegetarian meal plans online. Dec 28, Hannah Givens rated it really liked it Shelves: nonfiction.

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Quick inspiring read. I wasn't super impressed with the recipes though -- don't start there if you're a new vegetarian! Dec 10, Jennifer Gibson rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Short, sweet, and right to point! I loved it and actually in the summer time when it is too hot to cook, I use this method!

Jun 15, Jody rated it really liked it Shelves: nook. This is what I was looking for; reasons to cut down on meat in my diet but not out completely.

I liked several of the recipes that were included; they looked easy and quick to make. Feb 26, Kim rated it really liked it. Eye opening statistics! Feb 06, Manda rated it liked it. Very persuasive stuff Loki rated it really liked it Mar 04, Carol rated it liked it Aug 06, Natrina Lawson rated it it was amazing Jan 12, Marie Langston rated it really liked it Jul 26, Rick Yvanovich rated it really liked it Sep 12, Grace rated it it was ok Jul 30, Myrte rated it it was ok Sep 14, Gabriel rated it liked it Jan 21, Didi rated it really liked it Apr 03, Miguel rated it liked it May 30, Kathy rated it did not like it Apr 14, Jenni Mae Neugebauer rated it liked it Jan 30, Lisa rated it it was ok Apr 13, Queenbusick rated it liked it Jun 18, David rated it it was amazing Aug 13,

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