The Flexitarian Feast

two home cooks trying to eat more plants

Join Eliz and Michelle for their biweekly podcast discussing delicious ways to
cut back on eating meat, and work more vegetables into your family‚Äôs meal plan

Spring Veggies!

Episode 12
March 24, 2020

Thanks again for joining us!
This episode is all about Spring Vegetables! This is our 12th episode, and the last episode of this season!

Receipes we mentioned

Cookbooks we mentioned

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  • Michelle made: Seared Polenta with greens and Smoked Salmon from
  • Eliz made: Vietnamese Lemongress Chicken from

We've had a lot of fun so far, thank you all so much for listening to our first season!!!

We'll be taking a little break, but we will return with new episodes on May 6th, with an episode about Breakfast! If this changes due to still being quarantined, we will definitely keep you posted!!

We will continue to post on instagram during the break, so make sure you are following us there!

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Grocery Shopping

Episode 11
March 11, 2020

Thanks again for joining us!
In this episode, we are talking all about grocery shopping, different stores, and some of our favorite products!

Tips we mentioned

  • Organize your grocery list by area of the store, and try to stick to the list!
  • Have groceries delivered to a rental house when you go on vacation.
  • Utilize the bulk bins for dry goods and spices, to save your money and stock your pantry.
  • Keep in mind which stores you like, and what each store has going for it. We talked a lot about the different stores in our area and what our favorite or least favorite things about each one are.

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We hope you will join us next time, for our last episode of the season, when we will be talking about Spring Veggies!

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Beach House Food

Episode 10
February 26, 2020

Thank you so much for joining us!
In this episode we talk about beach house food, or any vacation rental! What to bring, what to cook, and some tips to make it easier.

Our fave kitchen tools to bring to a vacation rental

  • Your favorite knife or a knife sharpener
  • Cutting board
  • Extra dish towels
  • French Press or Pourover Coffee making device + your fave coffee
  • Stop at the store to buy some premade cookie dough for fresh a baked cookie treat!
  • Foil for easy clean up, and ziploc bags for saving food

Our best rental house meal ideas

  • Nachos! Do it in the microwave to make it super easy!
  • Pick up a Papa Murphy's pizza on the way!
  • Grab food on the way and order extra to have leftovers to eat!
  • Assemble a lasagna or other casserole ahead of time, and bake at the house!
  • Soup or chili--make ahead and freeze it and put it in a cooler bag for traveling! Pick up some cornbread mix or a nice loaf of bread to have with it!
  • Or, stop at the store and pick up some simple soup ingredients: broth, onion, whatever veggies, and go wild!
  • Make some muffins ahead of time and bring those for easy breakfasts!
  • Don't forget lots of snacks!

Links we mentioned

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We hope you will join us next time when we will be talking about Grocery Shopping!

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