The start of any week can be so hard when you need to plan the family meals, AND ITS MONDAY. I have an idea for you consider, why not try adding at least one NON-MEAT meal per week. Yes really; going meatless once a week may reduce your risk of chronic preventable conditions like cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and obesity; going meatless once a week can also help reduce our carbon footprint and save precious resources like fossil fuels and fresh water. Gee all that just by making a choice to replace meat one or more days per week. To me totally worth it…but only if the meals are tasty and NOT to hard to make.
Good news, I have the answer for you, my upcoming cooking class on May 8th will focused on creating meatless meals. We will create 3 core recipes plus a main meal salad – perfect for winter. If you are interested please book your ticket here.
And now a bit of history – The concept of “Meatless Monday” is not new NOR is it a modern trend. This concept was hatched during WWI in the US to help conserve resources needed for the war effort. I love it – was is new once more.
I look forward to seeing you,