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Meatless Mondays Dinner Plan: Week 4

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Meatless Mondays Dinner Plan: Week 4

If you’ve been following along with us the past few weeks, you know that we’re encouraging the alive community to take the Meatless Mondays challenge.

If you’ve been following along with us the past few weeks, you know that we’re encouraging the alive community to take the Meatless Mondays challenge, pledging to go meat-free for six Mondays straight!

In addition to feeling great on account of all the healthy produce you’ll consume on Mondays, you’ll also be doing your part to take care of the planet, as reducing your meat intake by just one day per week can make a big difference to greenhouse gas emissions.

So now you’re probably wondering what you’re going to cook for dinner on this chilly Meatless Monday. But don’t fret, we won’t leave you hanging! Check out our winter-inspired meat-free dinner below.

Salad: Crunchy Sweet Potato Salad
This wintery salad is loaded with everyone’s favourites, from rich sweet potatoes to tart apples to those addictive green nuts, pistachios. A hint of curry adds depth, creating an Indian twist that pairs well with the sweet and salty elements of the dish.

Entrée: White Bean Kale Soup
This belly-warming soup boasts fibre-rich navy beans and nutritious kale—the perfect combo for a blistery night in.

Dessert: Dark Chocolate and Rosemary Pudding
This sophisticated version of the kid favourite pairs earthy rosemary with rich dark chocolate—an unlikely combination, but it works!

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