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Tag Archives: Meatout Mondays
There are days where I don’t feel like cooking or eating the same old thing. This is when I break out the crock pot for a Meatout Monday meal.
The heat might have us feeling like we are really residents of Texas rather than Pennsylvania. Why not continue the heat with chile con queso for Meatout Mondays!
This black bean slaw will stay crunchy and cool for outdoor events and picnics, and it is easy to whip up this fresh side for Meatout Mondays.
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As I am re-assessing my diet, the dreaded sweet treats are at every turn. Hummingbird muffins from Runner’s World are easy to veganize and fit into my “50 States, 50 Vegan Dishes” parameters.
A bag of lentils can go a long way, but sometimes you need to make more than bean burgers, Try fruity lentils from Alicia Silverstone’s “The Kind Diet.”
An addiction to Mission burritos is commonly known. Save a penny and make them at home for the family tonight!
Brunch can be tough for a vegan, but the easy of pancakes in a jar will make breakfast every day seem like a treat!
Use up leftover items in your refrigerator and make leftover bean burgers with sweet potatoes, lentils and mushrooms for Meatout Mondays.