nonmeat

nonmeat

(ˌnɒnˈmiːt)
n
a substance that does not contain meat
adj
not containing meat
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Of course, nonmeat eaters come for the vegetable dishes that are as meticulously prepared as the other dishes.
Asgar MA, Fazilah A, Huda N, Bhat R and AA Karim Nonmeat Protein Alternatives as Meat Extenders and Meat Analogs.
The company also said it plans to open a "vegetarian-only" pop-up in London in June after sales of nonmeat products recorded double-digit growth last year.
Sure, meat continued to take its share of lumps in 2015, thanks largely to high retail prices and heightened consumer interest in nonmeat options.
When vegetarianism became popular, Mideast restaurants gained more customers who are attracted by its healthy, nonmeat spreads and natural products.
Although the phrase 'barbecue restaurant' suggests a haven for carnivores, there is plenty here to suit all diets - and enough veggie friendly fare to have even the fussiest of nonmeat eaters spoilt for choice.
As a nonmeat eater, my culinary choices can sometimes be limited to a token vegetarian or fish dish, but here there was no such problem.
Healthy and nut-free snacks are the most widely addressed healthy food option with day camps, while overnight camps offer nonmeat options, healthy snacks, and salad bars (Figure 4).
Many are willing to look beyond meat; about half prefer nonmeat sources, citing health concerns.
Bryan, the court allowed an inmate to receive a nonmeat diet, even though the diet was not required by his religion.
We have the huge number of nonmeat religious days in Medieval times and the fishermen who have always risked their lives to bring home the catch to thank for the massive number of fish pie variations across the UK.