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Find inspiration (and recipes) for vegetables ♥, seaonal to staples, savory to sweet, salads to sides, soups to supper, simple to special. Many Weight Watchers, vegan, gluten-free, low-carb, paleo, whole30 recipes.

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About A Veggie Venture (or just click the photo)!

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A Note to Veg(etari)ans
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Vegan Done Real
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About Weight Watchers & This Site
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A Veggie Venture is home of "veggie evangelist" Alanna Kellogg and the
famous asparagus-to-zucchini Alphabet of Vegetables.
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Hi from Canada - great blog. I'm going to try your Cauliflower Tomato Medley tonight. Thanks for posting - keep up the good work.

Hi Lisa ~ hi back from the States! Would you believe that the Cauliflower Tomato Medley comes from one of my Canadian (Winnipeg) cousins?! Let me know how it goes!

Hi Alanna! Speaking as a vegetarian of more than twenty years, your site is among my very favorites. I've never once seen a recipe here that wasn't easily adaptable to my diet. Your obvious passion for veggies is inspirational. Thanks for a terrific resource!

Hi Rachel ~ Thank you so much for your note, truly, that's exactly how I hope vegetarians and vegans feel about my site.

Hi Alanna!! I have been searching and searching for a site like yours. A vegetarian one that actually has nutritional info -- and you have a bonus of the actual weight watchers points already calculated!! A bonus since I wouldn't have to do it myself!!

I can't wait to try some of your recipes.

Hi There,

I have just spent the last hour reading through your site and cannt wait to really get into things. I have always been timid about cooking vegetables particulary but am looking forward to diving in and trying new recipes.


Hello, Alanna! So I did a search for "cucumber water" on Google a few hours ago and your delightful recipe for cucumber lemon mint water came up in the results. Since then, I have been reading through as many recipes as I could get my hands on. This is fantastic! I've never seen a site like this, and the whole project is truly inspirational. I'm not much of a cook myself, but I do love vegetables. I typically don't get any more inventive than stir-frying things, but now I'm seeing so many possibilities within my reach! I've already called up my friends and I'm going to try the Ratatouille Omelettes tonight. Thank you so much for all of this!

Thanks for all the great recipes. I love to cook veggie dishes as my husband can eat all he wants and it is healthy.

Funny - I saw your comments and my husband is from outside Winnipeg. He has lots of family there.

Hi! I love your blog and I was wondering whether you have any suggestions of veggie friendly or healthier restaurants that you like in St. Louis (they dont have to be vegetarian)? I go to school there and I am always looking for good ideas.

Hi S ~ Thanks for visiting! You know, I have great luck with vegetarian options at nearly all restaurants anymore so don't really have a favorite. Maybe as you find your own favorites, you'll share them with me!

I can't tell you how excited I am about your blog. I love finding ner veggie dishes when I can.

Hi Alanna,

LOVE your website! Happened upon it while looking for a kohlrabi recipe or information about the veggies. Bought some at the farmers market and had no idea what to do with them. Now I know I can eat them raw and make an apple/kohlrabi slaw too! Thanks too for the tips on just printing the recipes without the other stuff on the page.

Keep up the good work... or is it play?!



Adore all the little tips, tricks and notes such as "next time I'll skip the egg" ... "better refrigerated overnight" ... and, it's all about vegetables, but not narrowly vegetarian! hooray!

Your website is great! I stumbled upon it while looking for a Caponata recipe and I'm so happy I did because I am always trying to find new ways of eating more vegetables and I'm a Weight Watchers members, so it works out great! I am so inspired by your site and can't wait to try the recipes!

Thanks again!!!

Alanna, I just found your site today and it's great. I've recently lost 50 lbs, become passionate @ good choices/eating and always looking for interesting ways to "mix it up" so not to get bored. I'm not a cook and many of your recipes seem simple. Love the tips. I'll follow you for sure. I'm adding you to my blog, What's the Skinny? so my readers will find you also.

I just came upon your site today and love it. I just recently lost 50 lbs and am passionate @ good choices/eating. I don't cook but many of your recipes look simple and some great tips. I'll add you to my blog, What's the Skinny? so my readers can follow you too. Thanks and Happy Holidays!

Finding your site is such a relief! My boyfriend is a vegetarian and I'm on weight watchers. It's been so hard for me to find recipies which would appeal to both of us, but that's not going to be an issue anymore! Not having to calculate the points is just the frosting on the cake, no pun intended. :) Since I have very few kitchen skills (they seem to begin and end at the chopping board) your notes and additional comments are incredibly useful. Thank you so much for posting.

I'm not sure I've ever been so happy to find a website.
I have been a vegetarian for 9 years (but still cook meat for my family) loosing about 30 lbs, when I changed my eating habits.
Over the years have gone up and down about 10 lbs consistently during seasons of "lazy cooking". On recommendation from my sister-in-law joined weight watchers about a year ago and lost the 10 that I found so difficult to rid myself of......
It is wonderful to find a resource that combines the two aspects of healthy eating that I try to adhere to - but most often struggle to come up with good cooking ideas.
I think I will be a regular visitor to your site.

The post about the traditional Thanksgiving vegetable recipes is wonderful. The Caramelized Onion Tart sounds scrumptious.

I like your philosophy. I tell people I am a carnivore who loves vegetables! I am not "sold" on avoiding meat. But I do love lots and lots of veggies in my diet. And I prefer hot, cooked veggies to cold, raw veggies (salads). I look forward to reading more of your recipes. I wish you were tied to Ziplist!

let me just say, your website (and philosophy) is "the business!!!!" I share your recipes from my inbox to friends and family alike, and also my hubby is never disappointed w/the results! I'm grateful also that recipes are perfect for "little time to cook" folks like me. Presentation is also superb!! cooked your "sweet potato curry w/red lentils and spinach" tonight, a hit! thanks for all you do :-)

thanks for such great recipes and pointers, I use them everyday

Oh Alanna!!! I am so delighted to find your site by browsing around!!! The prospect of having delicious recipes using veggetables that I am only beginning to see in the markets and for a healthier way of living!! I am autoimmune to much but on your site I will KNOW HOW to prepare many, many dished that I would never have known or tried on my own before!!! Thank you, thank you for sharing such wonderful information!

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