Here's my dilemma- I am a vegetarian, and I also don't eat any eggs or dairy milk. My better half, however, is not along for the ride with me on my meat-free diet. I am trying to think of ways to make the "same" meal for us every night, instead of cooking 2 seperate dishes, but I am slowly running out of ideas. For example, I'll make eggplant parmesean for myself, and chicken parmesean for him...or I'll make burgers and fries (regular meat for him, Boca/Veggie for myself)....does anyone have any good suggestions/ideas for me so I can cut my prep time in half? I have a handful of recipes that I can use for the both of us, but I'm taking suggestions..also, is anyone else in this situation? Where one of you is a meat eater and the other a veg? It seems to be getting harder as the days go by because it's so much work to please everyone- Thanks in advance for the comments and suggestions View Thread
@Rohvannyn- thanks for the ideas! I have done the veggie pasta and the half and half pizza, but i like your stir fry suggestion--that sounds great! I like tofu in my stir fry too..yum I also like your idea of having meat in the fridge already prepped--thanks again!!View Thread
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