Vegetarian or gluten free can be a challenge.  Being  gluten free and vegetarian is an even greater dilemma, but one that can be undertaken!  Once you learn a few recipes, developing your own gluten free vegetarian meals can be fun!gluten free veggie 5

The following 15 links are a great resource for you to try.  Whether you are vegetarian, gluten free, or a gluten free vegetarian, you will find some great flavor combinations that can help you stay healthy!  Many of them are actually vegan, helping you take that journey just a little farther, if you choose.  We’ve chosen recipes that are full of flavor, and yet not too costly.  You won’t have to order ingredients from far away.  Best of all,  they look and taste delicious!  You’ll want to create these over and over.

What is the difference between vegetarian and vegan?





1. Vegan Red Lentil Soup | Source: Avocado Pesto

2. Stuffed Sweet Potato Skins | Source: Just Us Four

3. Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms | Source: Fearless Dining

4. Sweet Potato and Black Bean Enchiladas | Source: A Virtuous Woman

5. Spaghetti Squash Oregano Bake | Source: Lavende and Lemonade

6. Warm Quinoa Salad with Corn and Black Beans | Source: The Thrifty Couple

7. Vegan Shiitake, Red Pepper and Spinach Stir Fry | Source: Avocado Pestogluten free veggie 4

8. Creamy Mushroom Spaghetti Squash | Source: Snappy Gourmet

9. Thai Butternut Squash Soup | Source: Just Us Four

10. Buckwheat Vermicilli Stir Fry with Tofu | Source: Fearless Dining

11. Lime Quinoa with Artichoke Hearts and Avocado | Source: Avocado Pesto

12. Pineapple Tofu Skewers with Hawaiian Fried Rice | Source: A Virtuous Woman

13. Vegetable Quinoa Soup | Source: Just Us Four

14. Gluten Free Eggplant Parmesan Rolls | Source: Fearless Dining

15. Chickpea Burgers with Mango Chutney Honey Mustard | Source: A Virtuous Woman

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Increasing evidence is showing a correlation between gluten sensitivity and GMO products including our wheat supply.  The US has a sharp increase in celiac and other related gluten sensitivities not seen in countries that avoid GMO crops.  The possibility is worth exploring if you feel that gluten is an issue for you.  It is possible to make or purchase organic, GMO flour and products such as breads and pastas.



So what is gluten anyway and why should I avoid it?  Here’s information from the Mayo Clinic

 What about the GMO correlation?                Information on the connection of gluten sensitivity and GMO’s.

GMO sensitivity: Is there a connection?

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