Going vegetarian, help - don't really like beans etc.?

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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 12:57
I just asked this question probably 5 hours ago?! (I don't live on YA but I am procrastinating on cleaning my room. lol) I want to go vegetarian and then vegan and I am not really a fan of beans. You just have to try different kinds and ways of cooking them. I'm gonna! Good luck!
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 14:21
Add some diced raw cashews into various cooked dishes that normally have beans, or even green peas or diced green beans (which are both protein-rich legume/beans technically and not real vegetables). Also, chickpeas (garbanzo beans) taste completely different from normal beans like black, pinto, etc., and have a different texture - so you might like those. Ditch the unhealthy wheat grain foods and grain-flour foods (bread, pasta, etc.), and go for the pseudo-grain seed-food quinoa instead. It's much healthier than grains, protein-rich, and cook up just like rice. It's even better when you cook up a batch of quinoa with some raw sunflower seeds added in also.
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 21:37
You just have to explore and experiment. Beans and tofu dishes can be really good. And tofu can be disguised so easily. Beans are an important source of protein for most vegetarians. Explore and experiment. Get some cookbooks and find some recipes that you might like. Try three bean salad, seven bean soup, bean burritos, chili, bean dip. there must be hundreds of different types of bean recipes.

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