Welcome to the August 27, 2007, edition of the vegetarian carnival.
Let’s start with the recipes – this week we have a fabulous selection to inspire you in the kitchen. Lisa presents the interesting-sounding Watermelon & Feta Salad With Olives posted at Lisa’s Vegetarian Kitchen. At The Vegetarian Foodie, Michael Natkin presents some absolutely gorgeous Edamame in an Edible Tofu Bowl.
At Stop the Ride!, Stephanie presents A Little of This & A Little of That = Mediterranean Stew, illustrating how delicious soup can be made out of almost anything you have on hand. Speaking of soup… at Don’s Biggest Loser Blog, Don offers up Benefits Of The Cabbage Soup Diet Plus Tasty Recipes, only one of which is actually vegetarian. He certainly sounds like a big fan of cabbage soup!
If you’re looking for a more creative way to work some cabbage into your diet, check out Expat Chef‘s tantalizing Red Cabbage Slaw, which is full of blueberries, cherries, and yummy vitamins.
For a delicious main course, try Stretch Mark Mama‘s promising-sounding Southwestern Black Bean Burgers posted at Stretch Mark Mama, or Annette Berlin‘s quick, easy, and ‘gormet-tasting’ Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomatoes at Frugal Journey.
There were a couple of lovely non-recipe submissions this time, too, such as Kevin Bedell’s A simple step you can take: Eat more locally grown food posted at 21st Century Citizen.
Also, Christopher Howse offers us his “rant on a very lack-luster announcement” in The Admission of Cruelty posted at SoVeg.com. And in the tangentially-related-but-I’ll-allow-it category, Daisy presents Fantastic Planet, a review of an old sci fi cartoon which was a “building block in [her] consciousness” on her way to vegetarianism.
That concludes this edition of the vegetarian carnival. Thanks for playing! Submit a blog post to the next edition of the vegetarian carnival using our carnival submission form. Keep an eye out for the next edition in a couple weeks hosted by Activist Mommy!
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