Meatless Monday Articles

Happy Bastille Day!
Meatless Monday
Travels to France.

July 14th, 2014

Celebrate Bastille Day by exploring the rich cuisine of the French. What better way to add a little romance to your Meatless Monday? Sure France isn’t exactly renowned for it’s vegetarian options, but here are few recipes that can cut the meat and keep the flavor.

Braised Green Beans & Summer Vegetables It’s summer,

Founder of MM Israel
Awarded Green Globe

July 7th, 2014

Miki Haimovich—who singlehandedly launched Meatless Monday Israel—was awarded the prestigious Green Globe on June 17 by the Israeli non-profit organization Life and Environment. Miki was one of eleven recipients honored for advancing public health and environmental initiatives.

Miki has a long history with the Meatless Monday campaign. In 2012, Miki met with Prime

Produce & Peppers: Delicious, Nutritious
Summer Reading

July 7th, 2014

Looking for some delicious, colorful summer reading? If you’re the type of person who goes from the beach to the farmers’ market, two books that recently came across our desks will provide plenty of menu options for all the seasonal produce now in stores.

Melissa’s Great Book of Produce and The Great Pepper Cookbook are

Meatless Monday Goes
To the White House:
Second Grade Student
Wins “Healthy Challenge”

June 30th, 2014

Meatless Monday is going to Washington, D.C. And a second grade student deserves all the credit.

Lily Vinch, an 8-year old who attends Andersen Elementary School, Guam, created a winning recipe and will be traveling with 54 other students, all of whom earned a trip to the third annual “Healthy Lunchtime Challenge” in Washington.

Even on Campus,
Healthy and Monday
Just Go Together

June 30th, 2014

Like Batman and Robin, hats and scarves, or Guac and Chips, some things are better in pairs. Just like the words “Monday” and “healthy.” That’s one reason why Meatless Monday has grown from an idea to an international movement; for individuals and institutions, Meatless Monday is an easy program in which to participate while offering

Creative and Cool:
MM Looks At Summer Salads

June 23rd, 2014

When the calendar turns to late June, not only do we want to eat different foods, we want to eat them differently. Soups that would normally be served hot are just fine at room temperature or even chilled. Roasted veggies can be prepared long before mealtime and simply kept on the kitchen counter; nothing needs

PRO*ACT Joins the
MM Movement

June 23rd, 2014

On June 11, PRO*ACT, America’s leading distributor of fresh produce to the foodservice industry, also delivered a bit of fresh news: PRO*ACT is joining the Meatless Monday movement.

The announcement of the partnership with Meatless Monday was made at United Fresh 2014, an annual trade show presented by the United Fresh Produce Association.

Natural Gourmet
Institute Hosts
MM Burger Cook Off;
And the Winner is…

June 16th, 2014

There’s a new burger in town. And its name is Wasabi-Spiced Adzuki.

On Monday, June 9, The Natural Gourmet Institute hosted a live Meatless Monday Veggie Burger Competition. Three NGI graduates were chosen from a field of alumni entries and given two hours to create great tasting, and, of course, healthy burgers. 

The idea of

Another Week, Another
City Goes Meatless:
San Jose Joins MM

June 16th, 2014

And now, it’s San Jose’s turn.

In what seems like a weekly event, another city is embracing the Meatless Monday movement. On June 3, San Jose, the 10th largest city in America, issued a Proclamation that officially announced their participation in the movement. Mayor Chuck Reed, Councilmember Ash Kalra and nine other councilpersons signed the

Butchers Close Shop,
Tavern Goes Meatless,
Teen Pitches School:
Welcome to Westport

June 9th, 2014

The town of Westport has a motto: “New England in tradition; cosmopolitan in outlook.” And now, it seems, they can add: “And meatless on Monday.”

Meatless Monday seems to be breaking out all over Westport, a Connecticut suburb that’s equal parts modern and affluent, while retaining its New England charm. For evidence of this, look

Philadelphia Schools Going
Lean, Green and Meatless

June 9th, 2014

Last fall, the Philadelphia City Council passed a Meatless Monday resolution. This spring, the city’s schools took that resolution and acted on it.

As announced at a School Reform Commission Action Meeting on May 29th, starting next fall, Philadelphia Public Schools, which serve 85,000 meals daily, will feature and promote meatless options every Monday.

The

Now in 35 Countries, The Sun
Never Sets On Meatless Monday

June 2nd, 2014

If you’re traveling this summer, one thing is certain: you’ll never be far from Meatless Monday. The movement is now in 35 countries; it is embraced by scores of governments, companies and schools; and, of course, millions of individuals participate every week. In addition to the countries listed on the Meatless Monday Global Page,

Wyandanch Schools
Join the Movement

June 2nd, 2014

One Long Island community with high rates of obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure is looking at the next generation and taking a small step toward reversing the trend. Wyandanch has gone Meatless.

Joining the over one million schoolchildren in the U.S. participating in Meatless Monday, the Wyandanch, N.Y., school district recently introduced Meatless Monday

Teen Activist Focuses
On the Environment,
One Meal at a Time

May 26th, 2014

This Meatless Monday, you can start a meal with Robert Redford’s Sundance Salad. Top it with Alice Waters’s Garlic Vinaigrette. Then perhaps move onto Laurie David’s Quinoa Cakes or Chevy Chase’s Vegetarian Chili. It’s all possible if you follow the simple, colorful recipes in Emily Abrams’s new cookbook, “Don’t Cook the Planet.” An impressive collection

Welcome to Summer;
It’s Time to Take the
Veggies to the Grill

May 26th, 2014

From the National Concert in Washington, D.C., to Fleet Week activities in New York City, Memorial Day, of course, is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. At the same time, Memorial Day marks the start of summer, and as sure as towns across