Believe it or not, you don’t need to eat animal products to meet your daily protein needs.
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Whether you’re concerned for your health, the environment or your budget, going meatless for some of your meals can be a positive step.
Ease into plant-based eating with these healthful and flavorful dishes.
Could this be your new favorite “pasta” recipe? Luxurious coconut milk and peanut butter make a silky sauce – and a savory-sweet topping for squash, edamame and broccoli.
Walnuts and optional mint leaves are a surprising addition to the broccoli and shiitake mushrooms in this heart-healthy dish.
Pinto beans provide the base for these beauties, but the real stars are the veggies: cauliflower, poblano peppers and tomatoes, dusted with chili powder and roasted to sweet, crisp perfection.
Traditional stuffed peppers are heavy on meat and cheese, but we prefer a lighter approach that packs in veggies and flavor for a true vegan feast.
Put together this hearty dish with whatever legumes or grains are in your pantry. It only takes one pan to prepare, so cleanup will be a breeze.
Beans are a great vegetarian protein source and are high in fiber. Top off this filling soup with a lime wedge or whole-grain tortilla chips.
Meaty mushrooms and barley are the perfect pair in this rich-tasting soup that boasts only 1 gram of fat per serving.