I have been receiving a lot of emails with questions about how to cook vegetarian meals for the whole family; transitioning from meat-eating to vegetarianism and how my meat-eating husband fits into all of this. I have been planning to write a post about my husband's eating ethics in contrast to mine and how we deal with this in our day-to-day lives, but I haven't gotten around to it yet. But it is on my mind and in the making. I would also like to note that the children eat fish once every 10 days or so. This was a decision I made based on a few things which I go into in the first article- values and ethics. I just wanted to spell this out clearly because many 'real' vegetarians may be offended by my use of the word. The children are officially pescatarian, although North is starting to realise where his fish comes from and he has mentioned that he doesn't want to eat a fishy... so we'll see where that road takes us.
But, for now, I wrote three posts about the vegetarian child when I first started this blog and it has occurred to me that many of you will not have read them. Please start with these and then I will leave the comments section open to any other questions or requests you have. I promise to write back to each and every one of you (in the comments section for everyone to read) as soon as I can, as I realise I am not always great at this.
Vegetarian Family Resources from ecoMILF
values and ethics
what to think about, who to talk to and how to explain to others
recipes for babies and toddlers
a list of vegetarian blogs, websites, books and cookbooks that I love
a post I wrote on just that
Also, all of the recipes on this blog are vegetarian, so you can have a look through them for inspiration:
I hope this is a good start!