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September 19, 2007 1:08 AM   Subscribe

Good, preferably vegetarian-inclusive or focused, recipe blogs? Alternatively, one really good recipe magazine in the same category.

I live in a college dorm for the time being, and don't really cook while school is in session due to lack of kitchen and overabundance of paid-for meal points. However, my dining hall is a fairly cool place in that, if supplied with a reasonable recipe, they'll try making it. Their vegetarian options could definitely use some spunk; and, besides that, I'd like to ideally begin collecting my own little treasury of "gotta-try-that"s.

I already read 101 Cookbooks, and enjoy the content, but it updates so infrequently that I definitely need some filler.

I'd also be willing to possibly subscribe to a single recipe print format magazine if someone really heartily recommends one.
posted by rhoticity to Food & Drink (9 answers total) 25 users marked this as a favorite
Not a magazine, but still a delicious choice, pick up a copy of How it all Vegan! and a copy of The Garden of Vegan.
Vegan with a Vengeance is also a good pick.

On the blog front, some vegetarian fare from Dude, where's the stove?.
posted by comiddle at 1:43 AM on September 19, 2007

Food blogs I read regularly that may provide what you're looking for:

Simply recipes - Not vegetarian, but I've returned to her site time and time again. She also supplies her recipes in a variety of printable formats

Fat free Vegan Kitchen

28 Cooks
posted by like_neon at 4:50 AM on September 19, 2007

My favorite vegan food blogs areVegan Improv and VeganYumYum.

I also frequent Slashfood.
posted by hammerthyme at 5:32 AM on September 19, 2007

The Post-Punk Kitchen
posted by mkultra at 6:12 AM on September 19, 2007

Vegan With a Vengeance.
posted by hecho de la basura at 7:27 AM on September 19, 2007

Pattycake is dessert-focused and wtf delicious.
posted by avocet at 7:29 AM on September 19, 2007

The Vegetarian Times is a vegetarian cooking magazine. It's fairly good, and once had River Phoenix and sibs on the cover!
posted by bluefly at 8:56 AM on September 19, 2007

I find RecipeZaar helpful. I start at this link and search by ingredient, then sort by rating. Lots of good veg recipes there.

If you like Indian: Mahanandi.
Cute, sometimes useful: Vegan Lunch Box
A Venezualan vegetarian: Cooking along

And I second Veg Times.
posted by acridrabbit at 9:40 AM on September 19, 2007

A Veggie Venture is absolutely wonderful.

And I say that as an unrepentant, meat-eating, cynical-towards-self-righteous-vegetarians kinda guy.
posted by melorama at 5:42 AM on September 22, 2007

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