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Today, so many people are choosing to go Vegetarian or even Vegan. With such an increase of people eating this way, it is certainly something to consider when deciding on the food to serve at your wedding. Here are some great ideas to ensure that those guests also have a delicious item on your reception menu ... read more

Today, so many people are choosing to go Vegetarian or even Vegan. With such an increase of people eating this way, it is certainly something to consider when deciding on the food to serve at your wedding. Here are some great ideas to ensure that those guests also have a delicious item on your reception menu to partake in…

This Grilled Pear and Frisee Salad entree looks amazing.  What a perfect ‘pairing’ for your guests’ sweet-tooth.

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The tofu pot pie above looks delicious.  Pot pies are a warm filling dish that any guests will enjoy – vegan or not.

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These grilled potatoes, okra, asparagus, tomatoes, peppers and a side of white truffle cous cous would be a great option for vegan or vegetarian guests.

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A vegetable and peanut soup could definitely be another great option.

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What about grilled portobello mushrooms, asparagus, and a zucchini tomato combination.  This dish is plated lovely.

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Some people get discouraged when deciding on vegan friendly options for their wedding guests, but there are actually many colorful and, more importantly, tasteful options to choose from for your wedding entrees.

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You can put a twist on a classic … lasagna.  In the words of the chef, “Spicy basil pesto compliments the delicate layers of tofu and noodles perfectly. Add in a few thinly sliced green zucchini rounds and your once-tomato-filled recipe gets seriously delicious.”

If you are unfamiliar with vegetarian or vegan practices but know that a number of your guests will need this alternative dinner option, take some time to discuss it with them.  These guests are likely to to give you the best input about your meal options.  Also be sure to discuss this with your caterer to confirm they will be able to offer your choices.

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