Culinary Inspiration

As the name implies, plant-based diets simply feature more plant foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and nuts, rather than foods from animals, such as meat and dairy. Although both meat and dairy might seem like staple ingredients in your dishes, moving to a healthy, plant-based diet doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice flavor or enjoyment.

Here are a few tips to make plant-based eating both good-tasting and good for you.

Meat-Free Meals the Entire Family Will Love

Going plant-based doesn’t mean giving up family favorites. A great way to start is by using walnuts to create plant-based versions of the meals your family already loves. From tacos to Sloppy Joes to burgers, lasagna and more, the recipes in our family friendly plant-based collection are great for adults and kids of all ages, and will give you the satisfaction that comes from feeding them a nutritious and delicious meal.

Plant-Based Eating Made Simple

Do you want to learn more about plant-based eating but aren’t sure where to start? Look no further than our article, Cracking the Basics of Plant-Based Eating. Here you’ll find great information about why plant-based eating doesn’t necessarily mean going entirely vegetarian or vegan, and which plant sources are best for providing the protein and good fats your body may typically get from meat.

Quick and Easy Meals

Eating a plant-based diet doesn’t have to be complicated! For some quick and easy plant-based meals that can be made on a busy schedule, check out these weeknight entrées. These recipes are not only simple and delicious, but most of them can also be made in 30 minutes or less!

If you’re interested in giving plant-based eating a try, start by eating more produce and plant-based meals you already enjoy. Then, mix in a few new meatless recipes as you go. Remember, you don’t have to give up all of your favorite meat-based recipes. In time, you too will be able to develop a menu of go-to plant-based recipes your entire family will love.

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