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Vegetarian

Biblical text implies that vegetarianism is ideal. If, however, one cannot control a craving for meat, then meat can be eaten. The meat should be kosher as a reminder that the animal being eaten is a creature of God.

JewishVeg.com: Jewish Recipes
Read about the growing Jewish vegetarian movement. The site also links to the best kosher vegetarian recipes online.

Jewish Food Mailing List: Vegetarian
The Jewish Food Mailing List has compiled Jewish food recipes from its active subscribers. The mailing list defines Jewish food as any food that is able to be prepared according to kashruth (Biblical dietary laws).

Jewish Food Mailing List: Vegetarian
The Jewish Food Mailing List has compiled Jewish food recipes from its active subscribers. The mailing list defines Jewish food as any food that is able to be prepared according to kashruth (Biblical dietary laws).

RFCJ Newsgroup: Vegetarian
RFCJ Newsgroup (rec.food.cuisine.jewish) archives recipes sent in from different Jewish ethnic streams (Sephardic, Ashkenazic, Yemenite, etc.) and communities around the world. Recipes posted to this newsgroup respect the basic framework of the Jewish dietary laws. The recipes separate dairy and meat, and they do not call for non-kosher ingredients.

Quinoa with Black Beans, Corn, and Zucchini (Pareve)
A quick and easy recipe for quinoa with savory black beans, corn, and zucchini.

Tortellini Soup with Spinach
A recipe for kosher Tortellini Spinach Soup made with vegetable stock, frozen tortellini, spinach and tomatoes.

Apricot Almond Oatmeal (Pareve or Dairy)
A kosher recipe for oatmeal topped with apricots, raisins, almonds, and maple syrup.

Vegetable and Chickpea Tagine with Couscous (Pareve)

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