Meatless Monday Articles

“Hospital Food” Gets a Whole New Flavor with Chef Paul Garey of Memorial Sloan Kettering

October 19th, 2015

Recently we caught up with Executive Chef Paul Garey of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) in New York City. MSK is one of the most prominent cancer care centers in the world, leading pioneering efforts in early detection and treatment. MSK has also been participating in Meatless Monday for the past two

Food Day Celebration Urges Americans to Eat a “Greener Diet”

October 19th, 2015

October 24th is Food Day, an opportunity for Americans to think carefully about what they eat, how their food impacts the environment, and what policies would best support sustainable eating in the future.

Be a part of the celebration by taking the Meatless Monday Pledge for Food Day 2015

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An Interview with Chef Oz of Cueva Bar

October 12th, 2015

Chef Oz Blackaller has put Meatless Monday on the menu at Cueva Bar for a simple reason: members of the community were asking for it, and he loved designing dishes for it. “A woman from the San Diego Ladies Vegan Cooking Club loved [the vegetarian dishes], so she asked if I would collaborate

Celebrate National Chili Month with Delicious Meatless Recipes

October 12th, 2015

Celebrate the many flavors, spices, and cultural traditions of chili during National Chili Month. The spicy dish has a long history, and has many regional interpretations across the country. Many states and cities are very proud of their local recipes, and why not be? Local tastes and traditions are a big part of how we

Cooking Meatless with Top Chefs: Bryce Shuman from Betony

October 5th, 2015

As part of the Cooking Meatless with Top Chefs video series here at Meatless Monday, we are excited to bring you interviews, advice, and tips from top chefs who love creating dishes that put delicious meatless foods at the center of the plate.

Chef Bryce Shuman opened Betony in 2013 and was named

Sideline Meat this Football Season with Silk and Meatless Monday

October 5th, 2015

Get ready to enjoy Meatless Monday Night during football season with a menu of game day dishes that have all your favorite flavors. This year Meatless Monday is partnering with Silk’s Sideline Meat campaign to help people enjoy meatless game nights. Even the meatiest men in America are getting in on the Meatless Monday action: professional

United Nations to End Hunger by 2030: Eating Less Meat is Key

September 28th, 2015

“It is time to rethink how we grow, share and consume our food.”United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2

This week the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit made eliminating world hunger by 2030 an official goal for the next 15 years. The UN has drawn up a series of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Start Your Day with Protein on Meatless Monday

September 28th, 2015

A healthy breakfast can help you power through your busy day with focus, clarity, and energy. Whether you’re looking for more stamina, working on staying focused, or trying to lose weight, a nutritious breakfast can be the key to success. Get your your whole week off to a great start with a high-protein breakfast on

New Report Finds Meatless Sports Concessions are a Game Changer

September 21st, 2015

This summer the NRDC and Green Sports Alliance released Champions of Game Day Food, a report on fresh sustainability initiatives at sports venues. From stadiums to racetracks, venues across the country are making major strides in going green. One of the top items to change at the old ball game? Adding delicious meatless

Celebrate Whole Grains Month This September!

September 14th, 2015

September is Whole Grains Month, and there’s no better time to discover all the delicious, healthy reasons to eat whole grains!

This year the Whole Grains Council is celebrating in September by running an Instagram photo contest throughout the month. The contest theme is Share the Goodness of Whole Grains, it’s a perfect excuse to share

Tempeh, Tofu, Seitan, and Jackfruit: What They’re Made of and How to Enjoy Them

September 14th, 2015

Chances are you’ve seen some delicious recipes that call for some interesting ingredients that might be a bit unusual. Foods like tempeh, tofu, seitan, and jackfruit, are rapidly taking the spotlight in dishes that are perfect for Meatless Monday meals. These foods add the texture and protein we often crave without using any meat at

Lompoc Unified School District in California Adopts Meatless Monday

September 7th, 2015

Across the country more and more schools are giving students a nutritious start each week on Meatless Monday. To help schools create meatless menus, Meatless Monday recently released a free downloadable cookbook for school cafeterias: Meatless Monday Goes to School. Over 120 schools in the US are officially part of the Meatless Monday movement,

New Study Confirms: Reducing Meat Consumption is Key to Protecting Biodiversity

August 31st, 2015

According to a new study, the growing demand for meat is the greatest threat to global biodiversity.

The study, Biodiversity Conservation: The Key is Reducing Meat Consumption, found that if demand for meat increases along current trends through 2050, the environmental cost of producing it would put species around the world at risk. As

9 Grilling Recipes for a Tasty Meatless Labor Day

August 31st, 2015

Labor Day is almost here, and that means friends and family will soon be gathering around the grill for picnics, block parties and backyard cookouts. This year, bring some delicious meatless recipes to your celebration with fruits, veggies, and even pizzas for the grill! Since Labor Day is celebrated on a Monday, here are nine

Tempe, Arizona Joins the Meatless Monday Movement!

August 24th, 2015

Tempe, Arizona has officially joined the Meatless Monday movement! This month, Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell issued the proclamation celebrating healthy eating and officially declaring Mondays “Lean and Green.” The goal of this proclamation is to encourage the public and businesses to go meatless once a week. Some school districts in Tempe have decided to jump