Recipe content is tagged with a few different cooking options to help users find appropriate choices.
Here’s how the definitions work:
Vegetarian: A recipe which is either naturally lacto-ovo vegetarian (contains no flesh) or which can easily be made vegetarian using protein alternatives or by skipping a bacon garnish, for example.
Dairy-Free: A recipe which is either naturally dairy-free or which can easily be made dairy-free by substituting olive oil for butter or skipping a cheese garnish, for example.
Gluten-Free: A recipe which is either naturally gluten-free or which can easily be made gluten-free by using, for example a gluten-free vinegar, or skipping an optional ingredient like croutons.
Simple: A recipe which has just a handful of ingredients, uses basic cooking skills and does not require special cooking equipemnt.
Slow-Cook: A recipe which can be made with a slow-cooker.
No-Cook: A recipe (or recipe variation) which can be made with without heat/a stove.
Cheap: This tag is for the recipes that help you utilize cheaper proteins, preservation or planning to make your food budget go farther.