Lunch at work
Chickpea salad with japanese radishes, onions, ginger, sesame oil.
Red cabbage salad with roasted walnuts, dried cranberries, fresh cilantro, dijon, apple cider vinegar, olive oil and cane sugar.
Black bean salad with hearts of palm, tomatoes, ground cumin, onion, veganase, sriracha hot sauce and lemon juice.

"Vegetarian/vegan food is boring" I think not!

Lunch at work
Chickpea salad with japanese radishes, onions, ginger, sesame oil.
Red cabbage salad with roasted walnuts, dried cranberries, fresh cilantro, dijon, apple cider vinegar, olive oil and cane sugar.
Black bean salad with hearts of palm, tomatoes, ground cumin, onion, veganase, sriracha hot sauce and lemon juice.

"Vegetarian/vegan food is boring" I think not!

I refuse to leave my health in the hands of the state. Grow your own food, search for natural treatment for common illnesses and avoid consuming the poison thats sold in stores.

I refuse to leave my health in the hands of the state. Grow your own food, search for natural treatment for common illnesses and avoid consuming the poison thats sold in stores.

By consuming products from small scale, local producers, you don’t encourage the big companies that are now profiting from the sale of organic food. Did you know?

By consuming products from small scale, local producers, you don’t encourage the big companies that are now profiting from the sale of organic food. Did you know?

Yep!

Yep!

dothegreenthing:

Just Say Neigh by Steve Wallington and Harriet Stansall 9/29
Creative Director Steve Wallington and illustrator Harriet Stansall joined forces for their hilarious poster Just Say Neigh, a call to arms from a troop of farm animals who want us to favour the flavour of fresh veg over meat.
“We thought we’d recycle the famous Lord Kitchener image and add a little Animal Farm to tell people that their country, and their world, needs them to be a little less carnivorous,” says Steve.
Why?
Our meat-dependent diets cause more CO2, methane and nitrous oxide to spew into the atmosphere than the whole of the transportation industry. If we could all go a little easy on the meat, it will help the world not to overheat.
How?
If you can’t say neigh to the feeling of meat between your teeth, try some Quorn. It’s good for your health, good for the environment and if it’s good enough for London Olympics hero Mo Farah, it’s good enough for you too. Here are some enticing Quorn recipes that will may help you put meat to the back of your mind.
Buy the print
We’re selling this poster printed on FSC paper with sustainable ink for £12 plus VAT, postage and packing with all proceeds going back to the Do The Green Thing charity. You can buy it here.
Join the world’s biggest celebration of our brilliant planet and sign up for Earth Hour on 29 March at 8.30 pm.

dothegreenthing:

Just Say Neigh by Steve Wallington and Harriet Stansall 9/29

Creative Director Steve Wallington and illustrator Harriet Stansall joined forces for their hilarious poster Just Say Neigh, a call to arms from a troop of farm animals who want us to favour the flavour of fresh veg over meat.

We thought we’d recycle the famous Lord Kitchener image and add a little Animal Farm to tell people that their country, and their world, needs them to be a little less carnivorous, says Steve.

Why?

Our meat-dependent diets cause more CO2, methane and nitrous oxide to spew into the atmosphere than the whole of the transportation industry. If we could all go a little easy on the meat, it will help the world not to overheat.

How?

If you cant say neigh to the feeling of meat between your teeth, try some Quorn. It’s good for your health, good for the environment and if it’s good enough for London Olympics hero Mo Farah, it’s good enough for you too. Here are some enticing Quorn recipes that will may help you put meat to the back of your mind.

Buy the print

We’re selling this poster printed on FSC paper with sustainable ink for £12 plus VAT, postage and packing with all proceeds going back to the Do The Green Thing charity. You can buy it here.

Join the world’s biggest celebration of our brilliant planet and sign up for Earth Hour on 29 March at 8.30 pm.

freedomorfascismm:

(NaturalNews) As our editor-in-chief, Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, reported recently, consumer advocate Vani Hari — better known to many Americans as the “Food Babe,” won yet another victory in her fight on your behalf for clean, fresh food.

In an aouncement on her website, Hari said she had managed to convince the Subway restaurant chain, a huge corporation, to adopt a practice in the U.S. that the company had already adopted overseas — end the use of breads containing a chemical used in the manufacture of yoga mats and shoe soles (you can see her campaign here)…..

(via nonarganizationii82)

Pepper stuffed with rice, topped with a tomato, parsnip and basil sauce.

Pepper stuffed with rice, topped with a tomato, parsnip and basil sauce.