We almost let this day slip by without notice!
Thank goodness we didn’t though, because it means I get to share with you our top 3 most popular vegetarian recipes of all time!
So this recipe is not based around vegetables, it’s made of fruit and nuts – but it was either that or a chocolate based recipe and I feel in the spirit of the day, it was the most appropriate option. Our third most popular vegetarian recipe is Dominique Rizzo’s, ‘No Cook’ -date, pecan and sour cream strawberry tart. To see the recipe CLICK HERE.
At the number 2 mark, we have a special surprise.
It’s not just one recipe but four in a single handy post!! That’s right it’s the Maeve O’Meara’s best vegetarian recipes for any season post. Something for everyone. To see the recipes CLICK HERE.
By far our most popular recipe, time and again, is Bill Granger’s salt and pepper tofu. It is our most Googled, most asked about and most requested post on the blog! To see the recipe CLICK HERE.
As an extra treat for those of the 1MW community who live in/near Sydney, this weekend (June 22nd-23nd) Glebe will be playing host to the “Vegan Day Out“. It’s a day of celebrating Vegan-friendly Glebe. Local cafes and businesses will be offering vegan specials: meal deals, two for one, free coffee, food sampling, discounted vegan groceries, discounted wine and more.
Even if the lifestyle isn’t for you, it’s still nice to try some new things and visit some new places. You never know what delicious new dish you may find to your liking!
Some of the business involved include:
– Cafe Otto – special vegan meal deal
– Sappho Book Cafe – special vegan meal deal
– Badde Manors Cafe – discount off vegan meals
– Mad Hatter Cupcakery – buy 5 get 1 free
– Iku Wholefoods – discount off vegan meals and free bancha tea
– Cruelty Free Shop – 10-50% off everything in store
– The Little Guy Bar – discounted vegan wine
– and many more special offers to come…
Find out more information on their Facebook page.
Choosing to be a vegetarian long-term can mean large savings of CO2 pollution. It does, however, raise important dietary health considerations and we recommend women always seek appropriate nutritional advice if considering this activity. Find out more on the 1MW website.
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