The Bulgarian cuisine contains many dishes that fit the need of both vegetarians and vegans. The red meat is known to alterate the circulatory system through the action of the cholesterol. This is why many people choose have diets that comprise of dishes made exclusively from vegetables and fruits. The great variety of fruits and vegetables from Bulgaria determine a great number of vegetarian recipes. Some of the most important Bulgarian vegetarian dishes are: monastery stew, stuffed aubergines, spinach with brined cheese, marrows stuffed with cheese and vegetable hotch-potch. Those who eat anything but red meat are recommended to try the Bulgarian varities of cheese, as well as the dishes that contain eggs, such as baked eggs with spring onions and stuffed peppers with egg and cheese. The most famous cheese sortiments are the white cheese named feta and the yellow cheese named kashkaval.