Feeling Flexible? 10 Flexitarian Recipes To Try

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Flexitarian. It can be a controversial term. Some say it’s the same as being anyone on an omnivorous diet. Others say it means being vegetarian or vegan whenever possible. WebMD says that it “generally refers to a lacto-ovo vegetarian who occasionally eats meat, fish, or poultry.” Regardless of specific details, Flexitarianism (not yet an official word!) means eating less animal-sourced foods than you would if you weren’t a Flexitarian, but not being completely vegetarian or vegan. We’ve searched the world-wide web for tasty, healthful Flexitarian recipes for you to try at home. Check ’em out!

Now you can go “Flex” anytime by trying any one of these recipes! Or try them all this year at your own Flexitarian table. Have fun and happy cooking!

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