Recipe & Book Review: Vegetarian Stuffed Bell Peppers

Recipe & Book Review: Vegetarian Stuffed Bell Peppers

Hey guys! It’s time for another book review. I love reading and have read my fair share of gems and… uh, not-so-gem-like books. Please know that I will ONLY review books that I have read and LOVE. My hope is that for those readers looking for more thorough knowledge than just a blog post may find the right book for them. You can check out my other book reviews here.

As I’ve mentioned several times here on this blog of mine, I don’t really prescribe to any one particular “diet.” (You can read more about that here.) I eat real food. I eat what makes my body feel good. I don’t believe in any one “super food” or in highly restrictive diets. My pantry is full of cookbooks that cover a wide variety of ways to eat. I love finding new recipes whether they are WAPF inspired, Paleo, vegetarian, vegan, or the like.

Of course, there are people who need to be more careful… people who have actual food allergies or severe healing to be done. And gluten is often a culprit for many. And there are also certain foods that I typically stay away from… like soy. And in a nutritional world that often (mistakenly) tells vegetarians/vegans that they need to consume soy for the protein, it can be hard to find quality vegetarian recipes that I feel good about eating.

Enter Gluten Free Vegetarian.

Vegetarian stuffed bell peppers! So easy and so good.I’ve been following Hannah of Healy Real Food Vegetarian for a while. I adore her recipes and love that she stays away from some of the fake “health” foods that wear the vegetarian label. And while I do eat meat sparingly (the right kind of meat, of course)… I was thrilled to get an early copy of Hannah’s new ebook.

So thrilled that the same day I got my hands on it I tried a recipe: Vegetarian Stuffed Bell Peppers.

 

Yum, yeah. So good.

Even the husband (who supports my vegetarian dishes, but is more of a meat-eater) loved them. “10 out of 4 stars”, he said.

And lucky for you! Hannah has agreed to let me share this recipe with you. It’s super delicious and SUPER easy. My kind of recipe.

Of course, the recipes are just part of the gold mine in her book. Check out some of the other features in her book:

Gluten Free Vegetarian provides information on:

  • Healthy cooking habits, including the best fats to use, how to soak grains, beans, and legumes, and the benefits of fermintation.
  • Basic cooking staples. Learn how to make ghee, vegetable broth, raw milk yogurt, and so much more.
  • Lots of different cuisines and includes many vegan dishes as well.

Want more?

Gluten Free Vegetarian is full of amazing gluten and soy-free recipes. Whether you are a vegetarian or not, this book will give you lots of new recipe ideas to add to your real food kitchen.

Click here to learn more!

 

Vegetarian stuffed bell peppers! So easy and so good.

NOTE: Due to an never-ending cesspool of spam, I have made the tough decision to close comments 14 days after the original posting of all posts. If you have a burning question or are looking for support in your journey to healthy living, please join the Thank Your Body Friends facebook page here.


STANDARD FTC DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog. Please note, I only ever endorse products that are in alignment with Thank Your Body's ideals and I believe would be of value to my readers. You may read my full disclosure statements here.

About the author

Hi! I'm and I’m passionate about healthy living: feeling nourished, having energy, getting good sleep, and feeling strong. I believe healthy living does not have to be complicated or stressful. I’m a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (RSMT) and a Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA). I’m also an avid researcher and love to read about nutrition, the body, and toxic-free living. Learn more.

View all articles by Robin Konie

3 comments

  1. Amrita

    Yay! I’m so glad. Finally, an amazing Vegetarian website with REAL food recipes. This vegetarian of 6+ years is happy :)

  2. Curcumin extract

    It must be the anti-bacterial properties of turmeric at
    work When applied, it stings a little bit, and it is probably the active
    ingredients working. Curcumin can kill cancer cells in laboratory dishes and also
    reduce the growth of surviving cells. %KEYWORDSTART1% was an
    important beauty treatment in ancient times.

Comments are closed.