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International Meatless Day: Mock meat dishes and other vegetarian food trending up

International Meatless Day is celebrated on November 25. It is also known as International Vegetarian Day.

The special day was proposed on 25 November 1986, the birthday of Sadhu Vaswani, the educationist who initiated a mission to adopt vegetarian living.

It is estimated there are 50 to 68 million vegetarians in China, and the number is growing every year. In Shanghai alone, there are 298 registered vegetarian restaurants on the Dianping.com, a restaurant review app.

There is a long history of vegetarian diets in China. Prior to the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC) when meat sources were scarce, the majority of

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11 Vegetarian Main Dishes To Try For Thanksgiving

Plant-based dishes are typically thought of as light and healthy—not words most people associate with Thanksgiving dinner. But there’s no reason a main dish can’t cater to vegans and vegetarians while being decadent at the same time. These meat-free mains balance striking looks with bold flavors, and won’t make you miss the turkey (or Tofurky) this holiday season.

It’s hard to make soups and stews look pretty in a holiday spread. This recipe from Healthy World Cuisine magazine solves that issue by serving vegetarian Thai curry in a hollowed-out pumpkin. The festive presentation is a perfect fit for the big

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Trending plant-based dishes to add to the menu

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While a majority of consumers do not follow a strictly plant-based diet, many Americans are increasingly interested in meatless or plant-based dishes when dining out. According to Technomic’s 2021 Center of the Plate: Seafood & Vegetarian Consumer Trend Report, 78% of consumers allow all meat, fish and dairy in their diets, but that’s down from 82% in 2016. While plant-based diets are still the minority, restaurants are wisely upping the number of meatless options on menus, both for diners who never eat meat as well as those who are simply curious to try a dish that

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Quick Halloween dishes that will fuel you before trick-or-treating

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How to make Elaine’s big salad and other iconic dishes from ‘Seinfeld: The Official Cookbook’

“Seinfeld” super fans can probably recall a handful of hilarious and classic food moments from the hit sitcom. Now, from “no soup for you” to Newman daydreaming about Kramer as a roast turkey, fans will be able to remake many of those iconic dishes in their own kitchens.

“Seinfeld: The Official Cookbook,” authored by food writer Julie Tremaine and talk show host Brendan Kirby, includes more than 60 recipes inspired by “the show about nothing.”

A scene from “Seinfeld” when Kramer looked like a turkey.

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It may not be time for Festivus just yet

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