I used to eat fried rice ALL the time. Like once a week. I loved it on the day I ate it and loved it up even more the day after. The MSG, sugars, chemical flavors, and genetically modified soy in the stuff meant nothing to me then.
I’m excited to be taking part in the FARM MeatOut this Friday, March 20th. Of course, that’s not a huge stretch for me but I’m excited that a bunch of my friends are taking part, too. Going meatless for a day lets people see that it’s not so bad and pretty easy to do. Over time, meatless meals can take up more of the week. For the first time in U.S. history, the nutrition advisory council to the FDA has recommended that Americans eat less meat not only for their health, but for the health of the environment.
Some facts about meat from Tufts University and the World Watch Institute.
Last week I worked with a couple transitioning to more plant-based meals. If you’ve been following the latest news, you know that the top advisory council to the FDA has suggested, for the first time in U.S. history, that meat consumption not only be reduced for health purposes but because of its environmental impact as well.
If there is one thing I loved more than my SPAM on Wonder Bread growing up, it was Sloppy Joes. I’m pretty sure my mom made those, and with bell peppers and onions that didn’t come from a can. The longer your Joes sat, the mushier the buns got. Ahhh…those were the days.