August 24th, 2015

Tempe, Arizona Joins the Meatless Monday Movement!

Tempe, Arizona Joins the Meatless Monday Movement

This summer Tempe, Arizona officially joined the Meatless Monday movement! Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell issued the proclamation celebrating healthy eating and officially declaring Mondays “Lean and Green.” Read More

Preserve Summer Produce the Easy Way: Freeze it!

Freeze Berries

Delicious meatless meals are easy to make with fresh, tasty produce. Preserve your summer favorites quickly and easily by freezing them! Use one of these three methods to freeze your particular produce for the coming seasons. Read More

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Dinner Recipe of the Week

Shifting the Protein FocusCan restaurants keep up with meatless demand? This new report shows diners want more meatless menu items, but they might have to look beyond the restaurant to get them. Here is the dirt.

The Summer of Love was back in 1967, but Ellen Kanner thinks a plant-based party in Pittsburgh will make this the Summer of Veggie Love. Here is the dirt.

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11% of Stanford undergrads have pledged to forgo meat on Mondays. Why this trend toward vegetarian foods? Is the ‘Favorite Vegan-Friendly Large College” really Stanford? Here is the dirt.

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Can a hotdog bar go Meatless on Mondays? The Wurst bar in Cincinnati is trying it, with the Tofu you Face.  Here is the Dirt.

In ‘The Secret (Sex) Life of Vegetables’ Ellen Kanner suggests meat may slow you down in the bedroom while vegetables like arugula and carrots can up your game.  Here is the Dirt:

veggie kidWe all know vegetables are good for kids.  And that kids don’t really like them. The Huffington Post has tips for getting kids to like vegetables. Here is the dirt.

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The Spicy Foodie breaks it down: What were the most popular Meatless Monday recipes of 2014? And are they still en vogue? Find out. Here is the dirt.