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5 Meatless Family Meals

5 Meatless Family Meals

- Tracey Stewart

The more I learn about food the more I’m looking to change what I put on my families’ table. It’s a challenge but I’m making great strides by slowly introducing really yummy healthy food. It’s also helped to get my kids involved not only in the preparation for the meal but also with the shopping. I make sure to explain why I’m choosing to eat certain things and not others, but I don’t force them to do the same.  I think ultimately a dietary choice that comes from one’s heart rather than force will be a more lasting one.

This month, to celebrate Gene Baur's new book, he is sharing with us some fantastic recipes that will get the whole family happy to sit down to a whole food, plant-based meal. From Living The Farm Sanctuary Life these FIVE weeknight dinner recipes will help you in your efforts to provide healthy yummy foods that don't just get made, but get eaten too!

YOUR WEEKNIGHT MEAL PLAN:

MONDAY NIGHT:

Oh Fun Rice Noodle Stir Fry
by Sharon Gannon, author and cofounder of the Jivamutki Yoga Method

Click here for the full recipe >>

TUESDAY NIGHT:

Tacos with Salted Grilled Plantains, Salsa Verde and Pepitas
by Jason Wyrick, executive chef of The Vegan Taste, author Vegan Tacos

Click here for the full recipe >>

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:

Greens and Chickpea Curry Bowl
by Christy Morgan, chef, vegan fitness trainer, and author of Blissful Bites

Click here for the full recipe >>

FRIDAY NIGHT:

Black Garlic and Porcini Pizza
by Jason Wyrick, executive chef of The Vegan Taste, author Vegan Tacos

Click here for the full recipe >>

All recipes reprinted from Living the Farm Sanctuary Life by Gene Baur with Gene Stone. © 2015 by Gene Baur. Photographs © 2015 by Rodale Inc. By Permission of Rodale Books. Available wherever books are sold.

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Lois Guarino said…

I’m so excited about your magazine! Food is often the biggest hurdle for people yearning to live a more compassionate lifestyle. Giving up old favorites, that are sometimes connected to potent memories of family gatherings or holidays, is a lot easier when there are new favorites ready to be eaten…or easy modifications to make a dish meatless. Thanks for the recipes

Susan Rooker said…

Another YUMMY and EASY product i recently found was MADE IN NATURE!  MADE IN NATURE has ORGANIC “Ancient Grain Fusion” packets. (one of which is NOT Vegan.. the Mediterranean Feta).  Simply open and pop in the microwave. Not even a large amount of sodium! WIn-Win!

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