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Green Monday for a Great Week!

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All Green Monday recipes are meatless and vegan...
Tasty, healthy, versatile, they will help you feel good and pleased with yourself.

 

Enjoy!

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Make Every Day Your Green Monday

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A recent feature published by fashion media outlet Vogue highlighted the year’s top wedding trends. Among six trends—including smaller weddings, herb-infused cocktails, and tall, layered cakes—Vogue identified that vegan menus are growing in popularity among wedding planners and happy couples. “Without doubt, we are seeing more brides and grooms feature vegan options versus vegetarian,” wedding planner Colin Cowie said. “The vegan movement is well on the way, and most top restaurants today now offer a vegan menu.” Cowie further revealed that vegan dishes on wedding menus are no longer just relegated to sides.

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In a recent interview with Australian-based media outlet Herald Sun, musician Shaffer Chimere Smith (known professionally as "Ne-Yo") discussed his recent decision to adopt a vegan diet. The musician announced last week via a Facebook video that he ditched animal products after watching vegan documentary What the Health. "I was running from it for a long time," Smith said, "but the second I watched it, I instantly ran to [the] refrigerator and threw out all the deli meats. I can’t know what I know and still eat that stuff. I just can’t." While Smith said it is not easy for him to make the transition, he vowed to stick with his decision to adopt a vegan diet. "Meat literally makes you sick," Smith said.

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Sir Paul McCartney reportedly "demanded" that only vegan food was sold at his concert in Tinley Park on Wednesday (07.26.17) evening. The 75-year-old rocker - who has been a longtime animal activist - has followed a vegetarian lifestyle for years, so it was hardly surprising that he requested that the only grub served up in the concourse of his gig in Illinois was meat free and dairy free. And this isn't the first time the Beatles legend has tried to encourage other people to follow a vegetarian diet as he previously banned animal food products from his rider.

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