Xing Fu Chinese Restaurant offers a magnificent vegetarian menu with a huge variety of vegetarian dishes, available for lunch and dinner from 05th October – 13th October 2013 to mark the annual vegetarian festival. During vegetarian festival in Thailand, our experienced chefs carefully select many delicious dishes, which are guarantee that you will like Chinese vegetarian Dim Sum and Chinese vegetarian delicacies such as Sizzling chicken with black pepper sauce, Vegetarian Szechwan fried rice, Fried noodles Hok Kien style and more. Perhaps you’re starting the New Year off on a lighter note, ignoring your sugar cravings and replacing cookies with carrot sticks. While the following eateries are not solely vegetarian restaurants, they serve up some killer veggie-centric dishes.
When you think “local food,” this White Lake restaurant is one of the first to come to mind. Located in Eastern Market, this deli offers nearly a dozen different vegetarian sandwich options, many of which are topped with locally grown tomato and Michigan Panda tofu. If you’re familiar with Royal Oak’s Cacao Tree Cafe, you’ll enjoy this Macomb Township eatery from the same owners. The only thing better than being healthy is enjoying a dish packed with Michigan ingredients. Del Bene Produce of Detroit and Northville’s Guernsey Dairy are just a few of the local suppliers. Order the TLT (a vegetarian version of a BLT with tofu and homemade vegan mayo), Avocado Melt (with provolone, tomato, red onion and garlic mayo) or Meatless Reuben.

Locally made ingredients include Avalon bread, McClure’s pickles, locally blended teas and locally sourced coffees.
Mudgie’s makes its sandwiches on bread baked fresh daily, with simple ingredients free of preservatives. Either way, now is the time of year when people seek out healthy dishes, and the ones below are both vegetarian and from eateries that use ingredients grown or produced in southeast Michigan. For tasty, meat-free dishes, try the Baked Michigan Brie (an appetizer with puff pastry and Michigan maple), Michigan Beet Salad or Vegan Roasted Butternut Squash Soup (made with Spicer’s Apple Cider and Michigan maple syrup). Everything on the menu is vegetarian, from the Farm Hand Salad to the Grecian Wrap to the Thai Pasta Salad. Sink your teeth into a vegan or vegetarian sandwich, like the Veggie (which includes Havarti cheese, coleslaw, spinach spread, cucumbers, local Brownwood Farm’s Kream Mustard and more) or Hippie Dippie Sh*t Man (a selection of veggies, sprouts and nuts rolled up in whole wheat flatbread). So I thought I’d make myself useful and put together a post with some meatless main dish ideas for Thanksgiving.
Oh, and I threw in some bonus gravy recipes too because mashed potatoes should never be eaten without gravy. Now all of your vegetarian Thanksgiving needs are covered, right?The nice thing about doing an actual recipe for Thanksgiving instead of buying a faux turkey (or carefully carving a piece of tofu into the shape of a turkey) is that these are all things that your meat-eating family and friends can enjoy as side dishes too. Because so many people define vegetarianism in so many different ways, the best thing you can do is be clear on what your guest can and cannot eat before you make any meal plans.Have Your Guest Bring a Dish This is probably the easiest solution!While there are a few vegetarian faux turkey options out there, I much prefer a homemade main dish made with real ingredients.

Thanks for including my mac and cheese in your list!Reply Kiersten says November 21, 2012 at 9:01 am It is totally on my list of things to make soon! We’re having two thanksgivings this year, one Friendsgiving next week and another family dinner the week after.
I’m hosting a belated (Canadian) Thanksgiving dinner for my family this upcoming weekend and will be menu planning tonight. The sides are so much better!Reply Shell Fruscione says November 25, 2012 at 11:32 pm Those all sound so yummy! Drooool Reply Genevieve says November 8, 2013 at 8:48 pm Love seeing these lists, and there are a lot of new-to-me recipes on this one! This means that if you were to make a purchase through one of these links, Oh My Veggies would receive a small percentage of the sale price.
I love these and could definitely take or leave turkey in my Thanksgiving meal.Reply Kiersten says November 11, 2013 at 9:19 pm Even when I ate meat, turkey was my least favorite part of Thanksgiving! Welcome to Oh My Veggies, a vegetarian food blog with a focus on easy recipes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients.

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