Get some vegetarian meat substitutes if you're really enamored still with meat. They're soy-based stuff. That are highly alike with the real stuff. That should make your transition to vegetarian stuffs much more easier. Gradually incorporate veggies into your dishes and mash and mix them all.
Being a vegetarian is NOT as bad as other people make it seem. It's just like going cold turkey with smoking. You're gonna go cr@zy if you drop the habit.
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Slice potatoes thin, brown both sides in butter/Veggie oil mix- salt and pepper, take out of pan & put aside. slightly cook: thin sliced :onions, bell peppers, mushrooms and any other veggies you like. Layer in oven safe pan. A layer of potatoes then veggies, salt- pepper& any cheese you like, same layer again. Then bake in 375 oven for about 30-40 mins. Yum! Is good warm or cold and great for re-heating- munching on the next day or two. Another easy pre-made : get frozen perogies(potato or cheese) cook slowly in butter till browned and warmed through, add thinly sliced onions and Portabella Mushrooms salt, pepper and a bit of hungarian paprika cook till onions translucent( not brown). Serve with sourcream with chopped green onions. Could go on all night; haven't even touched upon all the Eastern Vegetarian foods I love ( some of the frozen Samosas are good! Just check ingredients for pepper content if you'r not a big "Hot" foods lover, the earlier the pepper shows in order of content the hotter). Also as mentioned Amy brand makes quite good prepared frozen veget. Foods. Happy eating!^_^