Live Green and Earn Points


  • Joy H. 9 months ago
    Good to know about the baked beans. My Irish mother inlaw taught me to make beans on toast, a real tasty treat. She also taught me I didn't have to add meat to spaghetti sauce, and I truly don't miss it.
  • Deborah W. 9 months ago
    Vegetables, beans, cheese, soy are great alternatives. The size of a deck of cards is the portion of meat one is supposed to eat with a meal.
  • Julia P. 10 months ago
    A group of friends meet once a month to share a (potluck) vegan meal. Originally, our group was only those who wanted to eat more vegan, but we also ended up inviting other friends who were not interested in being vegan. However, everyone loved the food. If you know foodies and good cooks, banding together to try cooking vegan is a fun challenge (to some) and encouragement to all, as well as being social.
  • ALEX R. 10 months ago
    Hi everyone, does anyone have any recommendations for Vegan catfood - both the "wet" and "dry" varieties?
    • Julia P. 10 months ago
      (A little off topic of your question:)I tried some years ago to give my cat vegan food. (I don't think the brand is around anymore.) She ate the dry food without complaint but would not touch the wet. Cats are true carnivores so be very mindful if you're trying to feed it a vegan diet. I don't eat meat or fish, but do give it to my cats (one is 17 y.o.). I would suggest you could feed cats vegan dry food, like Wysong, but give them wet meat or fish food for optimum health. Dogs can eat vegan as they are omnivores like us.
  • Patricia S. 10 months ago
    The portions in restaurants are way to big usually I have a box to take home. When I purchase any meat I cut it back to smaller portions and mix them with beans and vegetables like a chili. We enjoy broiled chicken chopped fine in salads with lite dressings. We get our protein and nutrients all at the same time pluse save on our shopping.
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