Warning - do not click the link if you are easily offended by the meat industry (as I am) or have a weak stomach. Mods, you can remove it if need be. Last month, after watching this documentary on how some meat processing plants work, as well as how animals are treated to be used for leather and so on, my boyfriend and I took the dive to become vegetarian. We live on the farm I grew up on and living in the country, we are surrounded by other farms, so eating meat again may become an option once we look into local farms and getting our own. Anyway, with that said, it's been a month and I'm running out of dinner ideas! I have looked at tons of websites but being new to this, I don't even know what half of the things listed in the ingredients are. I also prefer recipes that others have used and tried and KNOW are good...and would love to share. I am looking into the option of broiler hens as an option to raise and butcher myself...but until then it's a little dairy and no meat. We LOVE fruits and veggies, pastas, casserole's, rice and so on. Anyway, just curious if anyone else here is vegetarian (no worries, I'm not going to preach) and/or if you have any vegetarian recipes? If interested, I can post a few of mine that I have come up with that turned out amazingly well. Thanks in advance! Also, if you're interested in a lifestyle change, I would strongly suggest watching the video above.