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Meatless Monday: Twelve Years Old and Still Going Strong

The Meatless Monday campaign, now in its 12th year, is a global initiative aimed at reducing meat consumption by 15%. By skipping meat one day a week, it could lead to better health, both personally and for the health of the planet by reducing your carbon footprint, minimizing water usage and fossil fuel. Meatless Monday has reached an international level and shows no signs of slowing down.

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From as near as CanadaJamaica and Mexico, to as far away as Belgium (with Ghent, Belgium being the first non-US city to go meatless), GermanyAustraliaHollandJapan and beyond . . . thousands of mindful people are dropping meat from their normal Monday routines.

There are a whole range of options to choose from when going meatless on a Monday (or any other day of the week, for that matter), and going meatless doesn’t mean going without flavor, nor does it have to be boring.meatless grilling

The Meatless Monday website offers a recipe database to help you turn your Monday kitchen routine into a meatless one. Or try one of the wonderful meatless dishes below (click on the images for the recipes). Of course, you’re not limited to what’s in your own kitchen. Don’t be afraid to venture out on a Monday night and go meatless.

Meatless Monday. One day a week. For your health. For the planet.


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