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7 Beautiful Blogs to Check Out for Pescetarian Recipe Inspiration

I changed one of my 50 Before Fifty items to "Go Pescetarian for a Month" . . . or something like that.  🐟 🐟 🐟  I've been doing it for over 3 weeks now and it's been fairly easy.  I wanted this post to include 10 blogs, but I've found it very difficult to actually find 10 blogs dedicated to Pescetarian food, so. . . . .  here are 7!  I wish I could have found more, but OH well!


I think I first heard the term pescetarian on My Diet is Better Than Yours when Jennifer Casetta became one of the contestant's coaches. Then I think one of my friends told me that she was pescetarian.  After that, the word was part of my vocabulary, although not part of my life.  Sure, I like fish and eat fish, but I also really, really like meat.  A lot.  So, going pescetarian for a month will definitely be a challenge for me.  There are SO many people doing KETO right now, I figure I'll just be a balance for one of the people doing that.  Like the other person on a teeter-totter.  Someone has to balance out all of these meat eating people.  One of my friends told me that one of their friends told them that on their KETO diet, they actually had to remember to eat vegetables!  (~~ which leads me to believe they might be eating a lot of meat.)   I'm not making any promises that I'll actually make it a whole month, but I will give it my best try.  And if I don't make it the first time, I'll just have to try again until I can make it a whole 30 days.

It would be easy enough to just sub in fish whenever I wanted meat, but it's fun to try to find blogs and websites that feature pescetarian recipes and lifestyle advice.  So, here for your pescetarian pleasure are 7 websites that feature pescetarian recipes.  These are in no specific order.  So, as far as I know right now, one is not better than any other.  I might know more once I really start using them more.

#1 Killing Thyme  --  There are several recipes featuring fish and there's even a small e-book that you can download for free.  The latest post was at the end of May, so she's still producing content.  Dana also has a "Cooking Fish 101" tab at top to show different ways to cook fish, which comes in handy if you don't cook fish very often.  Let's face it, fish can be tricky.  Cook it too long and it becomes dry and chewy.

Some of the recipes that caught my eye are:

  • Easy Poached Salmon Fillets in Tomato Wine Sauce
  • Smoked Fish Dip with Spinach
  • Cumin Beer Battered Fish with Jalapeno Tartar Sauce
  • Easy Honey Citrus Sheet Pan Salmon
  • Moroccan Spiced Rockfish with Couscous Salad
#2 Pescetarian.Kitchen  --  You might remember this blog from my Chickpea Stuffed Sweet Potato recipe that was inspired by them.  Things that are great about this blog:
  • They have a FAQ section about eating pescetarian.
  • They also have a free e-book Pescetarian 101.
  • They have 3 meal plans in their tabs section.
  • They have 9 pages of "Main Meal" pescetarian recipes

#3 The Posh Pescetarian -- Stephanie Harris-Uyidi is a host of her own show The Posh Pescetarian: Appetite for Adventure!  Obviously, she also has a blog.  Here's what caught my eye on her site:

#4 Supper with Michelle --  This website features Vegan recipes, vegetarian recipes and Pescetarian recipes.  Her featured post when I got to the blog was Oven Baked BBQ Tofu over Kale Salad, and it looked amazing!  She doesn't actually have a lot of pescetarian recipes, but for the times you don't eat fish, there are lots of vegetarian and vegan recipes. Here's a list of other things that caught my eye:

  • Spiced Lentil Patties
  • Creamy Mushroom and Israeli Couscous
  • Vegetarian Quinoa Burgers
  • Ethiopian Black-eyed Pea Stew with Farro and Swiss Chard
  • Broccoli Salad with Coconut Bacon
#5  Fishy Vegetarian --  This website also has some good resources, including a Pescetarian Grocery list. Some parts of their website seem to have been abandoned and I wasn't able to get the guides, etc., but they still have some recipes, so it might be worth a look.   Here are some of the things that caught my eye on their website:
  • Savoury Pan Fried Tuna Steak with 3 Ingredient Herb Rub
  • Sweet Potato Kale Soup with Coconut Milk
  • Roasted Beet Sandwich with Pesto
#6 Pescetarian Pleasures -- This website is not loaded with recipes, but the ones that are there are beautiful and definitely not your "run of the mill" recipes.

#7 Pescetarian Keto    I've been toying with the idea of trying a keto diet, although it feels like it goes against everything we've ever been told, right?  I'm not trying to lose weight, I'm just curious.  But, you know what they say about curiosity.  . . . .    Anyway, this website is a Pescetarian Keto website.  It includes reviews of keto products and has posts which include:

  • 5 Reasons to Follow a Pescetarian Keto Diet
  • How to Tell When You are In Ketosis
  • Pescetarian Keto Food Shopping List
  • 7 Quick and Easy Pescetarian Keto Meals

Have you ever tried to eliminate meat from your diet?

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