The Bored Vegetarian

The 12 Best Vegetarian Restaurants In NYC

Gothamist’s list of the 12 Best Veg Spots in NYC (which I’ve only been to three of!)

The first snacks from last night’s tasting dinner at Luksus. View high resolution

The first snacks from last night’s tasting dinner at Luksus.

chris0neal:

maryland deathfest 2014 crabskull shirt

If you’re into Maryland and metal, you can get this shirt at Maryland Deathfest this year. Designed by my #1 dude, chris0neal. View high resolution

chris0neal:

maryland deathfest 2014 crabskull shirt

If you’re into Maryland and metal, you can get this shirt at Maryland Deathfest this year. Designed by my #1 dude, chris0neal.
Squash Manti from Uma’s in the Rockaways. Best meal I’ve had in a while and first time eating the food of Uzbekistan‎‎! View high resolution

Squash Manti from Uma’s in the Rockaways. Best meal I’ve had in a while and first time eating the food of Uzbekistan‎‎!

Q
Have you ever used or considered using protein powders? I have been vegetarian for only a couple of months now but I was wondering if any one uses protein powders and maybe which ones are best?
A

Do I look like Hulk Hogan? (kinda)

theboredvegetarian:

Apple Cheddar Pancakes

Happy National Pancake Day

theboredvegetarian:

Apple Cheddar Pancakes

Happy National Pancake Day

Q
First, I'd just like to say you have an awesome blog! I spent the past 30 minutes just browsing through it and lost track of time. I'm not a vegetarian, but about 6 or so months ago, I went on a vegetarian diet for about 6 weeks. My body felt "clean" but I found it difficult to keep up my protein intake, and find great options when I'm out at restaurants or bars with friends. I'm a 26 yr old male who tries to keep protein high. Any tips or suggestions? Thanks and keep up the awesome blog!
A

Thank you! Even if you don’t eat veg all the time, there are still plenty of recipes for sides, desserts etc!

I’ll admit that I’m not the most militant at monitoring my protein intake and I’m not a huge eater of seitan, tofu etc. Outside of dairy (eggs, milk, cheese), things like quinoa, nuts & seeds, beans and other legumes, broccoli, leafy greens, & soybeans all have protein. For breakfast you could make a smoothie of chia seed, almond milk and banana (maybe add in some cashew cream as well), then do a lunch with roasted broccoli and chickpeas with quinoa. There are lots of great recipes out there, it’s just a matter of poking around the internet to see what looks good to you. 

Q
Holy shit we have the same name. Just take a moment right now. This is a bonding moment
A

PRETTY COOL

Ultralite Powered by Tumblr | Designed by:Doinwork