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Mardi Gras … Minus the Meat!

Mardi Gras Minus the Meat

Planning a Mardi Gras party? PETA knows how revelers can celebrate “Fat Tuesday” without putting on the pounds themselves. How? By trying these delicious vegan versions of traditional New Orleans favorites like jambalaya and dirty rice.

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  • Dazzle59 says:

    Thanks for these great recipes. I lived in New Orleans years ago and still celebrate Mardi Gras. Laissez les bon temps rouler, everybody!

  • chander kumar soni says:

    thanks for this.

  • GoNavy says:

    We are already planning out the details of the Mardi GRAS party I’m hosting for about 25 Japanese visitors. They will be very excited and I’m surely going to prepare many of these recipes. Thx for sharing!!

  • College Papers says:

    Thanks for sharing the vegan recipe. I will definitely try it once.

  • Leuise says:

    I made vegan jambalaya and vegan beignets…sooooo gooood!!

  • Mrs. says:

    @um..

    That’s incorrect. See here.

    “Dried beans and dark green leafy vegetables are especially good sources of iron, even better on a per calorie basis than meat. Iron absorption is increased markedly by eating foods containing vitamin C along with foods containing iron. Vegetarians do not have a higher incidence of iron deficiency than do meat eaters.”

    And I can back this statement up. I’m a medical aesthetician and we have to train in nutrition & pharmacology.

    Also taking a multi-vitamin whether you’re eating meat or not, will help you in the long run with all your vitamin needs. ^^

  • Rebecca says:

    I made the Vegan King Cake today and it is reallyy good. My family including myself could not stop eating it. It’s really fluffy and had perfect texture mm, I want more now just thinking about it haha, thanks for the awesome vegan recipe. Hopefully we’ll still have some leftover for the actual day of Mardi Gras.

  • um.. says:

    @Wanda Di Lallo,as much as I share your enthusiasm,I hate to say that anemia is caused by lack of iron and your best source of iron is in meat sooo…I don’t think you were anemic from eating meat before,that’s scientifically imposssible!

  • alex e says:

    oooo fantastic! I made this vegan king cake and jumbalaya for my French class (full of meat eaters) and they all loved it!!!

  • Margarita Sias says:

    Awesome…Thanks ♥ !!!!

  • Dru says:

    mmm perfect for Mardi gras!

  • chander kumar soni says:

    yaa sure.

  • Wanda Di Lallo says:

    When I used to eat corpses I was anemic. Now I am vegan and I am not anemic. To be really healthy everybody must stop eating dead bodies.

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