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My Favorite Pescatarian Meals

Pescatarian Meals

I’ve been a pescatarian for years now (with chicken and turkey occasionally) and I love it. The benefits of eating this way are so many, including the fact that you don’t have to worry about your health or weight. Plus, it’s super delicious! Here’s our favorite meal plan for anyone who might be thinking about going pescatarian:

Lasagna with vegetarian sausage and peppers

Lasagna is one of my favorite meals. It’s a classic Italian dish that’s been around for centuries, and it’s also pretty easy to make at home.

You can order vegetarian sausage at the grocery store or make your own using this recipe from The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG). Peppers work well with lasagna too–make sure they’re good quality so they don’t taste too spicy!

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Roasted cauliflower, kale, and sweet potato mash

Roasted cauliflower, kale, and sweet potato mash

This is a great recipe for anyone looking to add more vegetables into their diet. Cauliflower is a great source of vitamin C and fiber. Two things that many people don’t get enough of. Kale is also a very healthy vegetable, packed with antioxidants and vitamins K, A and C. Sweet potatoes are another great veggie that can be roasted or mashed up; they have lots of potassium which helps keep blood pressure low!

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Baked falafel

You can make falafel in four different ways. One is to make the recipe from scratch, but it’s not hard at all and you get to choose what kind of topping you want. The second way is by using canned chickpeas, which has its own set of pros and cons. The third way is by using a pre-made falafel mix that contains chickpeas, sesame seeds, and spices; this will save time but may not have the same taste as homemade! And finally, there is no oven required for this recipe either so if you’re short on space then go ahead and try out all three methods above depending on how much time or energy is available for cooking/baking activities during your weekdays

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Fermented cabbage salad

Fermented cabbage salad is a great way to get probiotics into your diet. It can be made with any vegetables, but it’s especially delicious when paired with cucumbers and radishes. You can eat it as a side dish or serve it as a main course.

This recipe is particularly healthy because fermented cabbage contains lactic acid, which helps to break down the phytic acid found in grains (like gluten). You’ll also find that this dish is high in vitamin C and potassium; both of these nutrients are essential for good health!

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Fruit smoothie bowl with avocado and protein powder

If you’re looking for a quick and easy meal, this fruit smoothie bowl is a perfect choice. It only takes about five minutes to make and it tastes great!

This recipe is also very versatile — you can use any kind of fruit (berries or berries) that you have on hand, as well as any type of yogurt or milk that you like. The main thing is to keep in mind that the avocado needs to be sliced into small pieces so that it blends easily with everything else in the blender. If your avocado does not have ripe slices already, simply smash it with a fork first before slicing it into thin pieces with a knife or vegetable peeler; this will help them break down faster during blending time which makes them easier for digestion later on! I usually just toss mine in whole since they’re so thick anyways… but if yours’ aren’t quite so big then feel free too!)

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There are plenty of easy, tasty meals for a pescatarian diet.

There are plenty of easy, tasty meals for a pescatarian diet. You can still enjoy your favorite foods like chicken and fish. And even get in some vegetables!

Pescetarianism is a healthy way to eat because it allows you to eat more variety than meat-only diets. In fact, the American Dietetic Association says that “the healthiest approach is one that includes a variety of whole grains (quinoa or brown rice), fruits, and vegetables each day.” And if you’re looking for something light yet filling? Try this recipe from Food Network chef Chris Cosentino:

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I hope you enjoyed our list of pescatarian meals. If you’re looking for more ideas, check out the Pescatarian Recipes section on my site! I also have a blog where I share recipes, articles, and other resources for those on a plant-based diet.

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