5 Products I Always Have In My Fridge and Pantry As A Vegetarian

Susan S. Johnson

Vegetarian and vegan food often gets the stereotype of being all salads and artisanal vegetables, and while those can be part of a tasty and fulfilling plant-based diet, we are no stranger to the desire for hearty, satisfying food. Given this fact, stocking a good kitchen is essential. Here are 5 ingredients and products I always have in my fridge or pantry that help me whip up quick, delicious meals in a pinch.

1. Plain Unflavored Yogurt

Cucumber Raita Recipe by Sonia Goyal
Cucumber Raita Recipe by Sonia Goyal

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Why Denise Richards Quit Her Vegetarian Diet: ‘It Actually Felt Good’

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<span class="caption">Denise Richards</span> <span class="credit">Broadimage/Shutterstock</span>
Denise Richards Broadimage/Shutterstock

Making a big change! After years of sticking to a strictly vegetarian diet, Denise Richards confirmed she now consumes meat and fish on a regular basis and feels “good” after the alteration to her eating regimen.

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“I would say 90 percent of my diet is gluten-free and I definitely do notice the difference,” the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 49, recently told Women’s Health. “I grew up in the Midwest and we ate meat, potatoes and pasta, so I enjoy all

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Is Your Grocery List Sustainable? We Asked Climate Experts How They Shop.

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(Photo: Illustration: Rebecca Zisser/HuffPost; Photos: Getty)
(Photo: Illustration: Rebecca Zisser/HuffPost; Photos: Getty)

Winding your way through the grocery store can be a stressful process. You need to locate the items on your shopping list (a task made harder in a pandemic where you’re constantly leaping out of the way of other shoppers), take any dietary constraints into account, and calculate prices to make sure you can afford everything you need. But for those who are trying to make climate-responsible purchases, there’s a whole other level of choices to consider. And it can be confusing and overwhelming.

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A Plant-Based Diet Meal Plan That Isn’t All Salads and Oatmeal

Susan S. Johnson

We know. The words “plant-based diet” conjure nightmares of snacking on nothing but lettuce leaves and carrot sticks until the end of time. But it turns out this nutritious eating plan offers a lot of flexibility and delicious options that can boost your health and maybe even help you lose a few pounds. Here, your first week of eats on a plant-based diet meal plan, from breakfast to dessert.

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What Is a Plant-Based Diet?

Nope, it’s not the same thing as being vegan. In fact, you can still eat meat and

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