Discussing Questions And Answers About Homemade Sauce For Dog Food

Richard asks…

I want to try being a vegetarian?

I want to try being a vegetarian just for health reasons. I think it will encourage me to be healthier. What are some things that will make the transition easier? And what are some easy to make vegetarian dishes?

Jimmy answers:

Ok this is very simple, and the other people answering this question need to be more thoughtful about other people (sorry you other guys)

Very good websites

http://www.chooseveg.com

http://www.goveg.com

http://www.vegweb.com (this one is also a forum)
They shows you MANY things you need to know, and some super awesome recipes, I suggest you RESEARCH these websites if you want to LEARN “the way of vegetarians and vegans”

Here is a website that is very resourceful

http://www.thedailyplate.com

It shows the nutritious value of ALL foods like Apples, Alfalfa, Apricots, etc.

My FAVORITE dish (and I am a vegan) is my special CHILI!!!!!

Chili is simple to make without all that meat fuss, it is beans (kidney, white, pinto, whatever kinds you want) loads of veggies (onions, green peppers, tomatoes, chilies, whatever kinds you want) a chili sauce (homemade or from the package, for ease use the package, for deliciousness and authenticity the homemade kind) And a tomato sauce (for ease use the can, for deliciousness and authenticity the homemade kind)

Its all about experimentation, you must find recipes, cook them, and If they do not suite you, go ahead and try to change them for the better.

Good faux meats are things such as tempeh, TVP (textured vegetable protien) tofu, veggie dogs, boca burgers, morningstar alternatives (search it) and many more.

GOOD LUCK

you will do great, just make sure to not be a junk food vegetarian (eat lots of whole wheat such as brown rice, whole wheat flour, whole wheat pasta, beans, legumes, etc) and eat a lot of veggies and fruits (use the website thedailyplate to find the most nutritious ones)

People say “you have to watch your protien” IGNORE THOSE IGNORANT PEOPLE, the majority of OMNIS (meat eaters and plant eaters) eat TOO MUCH protein, and you get a lot more variety of protien than the average westerner’s diet if you are vegetarian. Just make sure in each meal you include different kinds of protiens (vegetable protiens, wheat protiens, rice protiens, etc.)

Don’t be quick to go crazy on the milk, cheese, and eggs (I suggest not frying eggs, just hardboil and poach them) Try to eat goats milk (if you can stand it) and goats cheese (again with the standing it problem) it is a lot healthier.

Also think about cutting out milk for a couple of reasons BUT I will only give you one to ponder

A Human mother produces milk for her baby, FOR HER BABY, not for other ANIMALS, does it seem right that COWS should be inseminated by machines and have their babies ripped from them and killed for meat (veal) or sent back into the dairy indsutry (females) just so you can drink another species milk?

Betty asks…

Are there any foods besides alcohol that are dangerous to eat while u r pregnant?

Jimmy answers:

What not to eat when you are pregnant:

Raw Meats and Seafood including sushi – all uncooked and rare meats and seafood should be avoided due to high risk of listeria and salmonella poisoning.

Deli meats including hot dogs – these deli meats might be contaminated with listeria bacteria which may result in miscarriage or even a stillbirth. It’s safe to eat deli meats if you reheat them until steaming hot.

Refrigerated smoked seafood – for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe if they are contained in cooked dishes. Canned and shelf-stable versions are safe to eat.

Raw eggs – raw eggs may contain salmonella. Some Caesar salad dressings, mayonnaise, homemade ice cream and custards as well as Hollandaise sauces may be made with raw eggs. It is best to check with your server in a restaurant; if in doubt, it is best to avoid it. In addition, unpasteurized eggnog should be avoided.

Fish high in mercury – avoid high-mercury fish such as Shark, Swordfish, King Mackerel and Tilefish. Also limit fish intake to no more than 2 servings per week. For more info – read Is it Safe to eat Fish during Pregnancy?

Soft cheese – avoid the following soft cheeses: Feta, Brie, and Camembert cheeses, blue-veined cheeses, queso blanco, queso fresco and Panela. They are safe to eat if they are labelled pasteurized.

Refrigerated pâtes or meat spreads – for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe to eat the canned or shelf-stable versions.

Liver – liver is a rich source of iron. However it contains a high level of Vitamin A. Large amounts of Vitamin A can be harmful to the baby.

Unpasteurized milk and juices

Alcohol – many documented fetal abnormalities and birth defects have been associated with alcohol use during pregnancy.
Http://www.healthcastle.com/pregnancy-foods-to-avoid.shtml

George asks…

What food and drinks do I need to avoid while im pregnant, and what is ok!?

Just need to know whats good and what bad…. Oh and is sour candy bad?

Jimmy answers:

Got a list on google, hope it helps.=]

What not to eat when you are pregnant:

Raw Meats and Seafood including sushi – all uncooked and rare meats and seafood should be avoided due to high risk of listeria and salmonella poisoning.

Deli meats including hot dogs – these deli meats might be contaminated with listeria bacteria which may result in miscarriage or even a stillbirth. It’s safe to eat deli meats if you reheat them until steaming hot.

Refrigerated smoked seafood – for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe if they are contained in cooked dishes. Canned and shelf-stable versions are safe to eat.

Raw eggs – raw eggs may contain salmonella. Some Caesar salad dressings, mayonnaise, homemade ice cream and custards as well as Hollandaise sauces may be made with raw eggs. It is best to check with your server in a restaurant; if in doubt, it is best to avoid it. In addition, unpasteurized eggnog should be avoided.

Fish high in mercury – avoid high-mercury fish such as Shark, Swordfish, King Mackerel and Tilefish. Also limit fish intake to no more than 2 servings per week. For more info – read Is it Safe to eat Fish during Pregnancy?

Soft cheese – avoid the following soft cheeses: Feta, Brie, and Camembert cheeses, blue-veined cheeses, queso blanco, queso fresco and Panela. They are safe to eat if they are labelled pasteurized.

Refrigerated pâtes or meat spreads – for the same reason of listeria contamination. It is safe to eat the canned or shelf-stable versions.

Liver – liver is a rich source of iron. However it contains a high level of Vitamin A. Large amounts of Vitamin A can be harmful to the baby.

Unpasteurized milk and juices

Alcohol – many documented fetal abnormalities and birth defects have been associated with alcohol use during pregnancy.

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