The Bored Vegetarian

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For the person who asked about healthy pasta... They actually make protein fortified pasta which is great for vegetarians bc we commonly do not get enough protein!! (:
from:Anonymous
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I try to only eat pasta that has been handmade by someone’s 90 year old Italian grandmother, but this sounds good too.

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Do you ever have a problem with binge eating? And if you do how do you stop?
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All the time! And I don’t! Food food food food food food food.

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About half an hour ago I was eating with my family. They all eat meat so we had two different foods. My dad told me that the other one doesn't have any meat so I took it. I ate a sporkful and asked my dad if he was sure about its meatlessness. He checked and realised that there actually was meat. I had already ate the sporkful. I feel so bad and I don't know what to do and how to react and whether I want to throw up or not. I feel awful. What can I do?
from:Anonymous
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I went to Red Robin for my 20th birthday and ordered a Boca burger. The waiter brought it to me and I took a big bite and bragged to my mom about how the Boca burgers tasted pretty close to meat and maybe she should try. Then the waiter came back with an “I’msosorryIgaveyouthewrongthing.” I immediately went to the bathroom and made myself throw up. Now that’s no way to spend a birthday is it?

I’m not going to encourage you to throw up. You’ll be fine.

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Hey so Ive been vegitarian for almost my whole life and I was wondering what kind of pasta is healthy? I eat a slot of veggies and grains I just don't want to put on the weight
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The key to life is moderation (I say as I have another glass of wine), but if you want to skew towards healthy, try a whole wheat pasta. It tends to have a bit more texture anyway.

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Any advice for a vegetarian living in a house full of meat eaters?
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Generally make sure the meat stored correctly so there’s less likelihood of cross-contamination (this should be the case for any fridge, not just a veg/meat household).

If you don’t want to share pots & pans, buy your own set.

Celebrate meatless Monday and cook for them.

If all else fails, save up some money and move out?

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I tried going vegetarian in the 6th grade and failed miserably (obviously). Now I'm in the 10th grade and I'd like to try again for real this time. I have broadened my food horizons greatly, but I need to convince my parent that I can do it. Advice?
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Find some recipes that you’re excited about and cook them vegetarian dinners a few nights a week. 

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