A Meat-Eater Goes Meat-Free for One Week
Hi, I’m Lorna. I really like to eat meat. But here I am steaming mushrooms.
I’m going Meat-free for one week. Join me?
Over the next week on this blog, I’ll be trying new vegetarian recipes. It’s good for the environment. It’s good for your health. If I can do it, anybody can. (I’m glad these blueberry streusel muffins are meat-free! ha!)
Tune in this week. I’ll be baking…
eating more veggies…
taking you to my neighborhood farmer’s market…
and providing you with one simple and tasty meat-free recipe each day.
(I am currently marinading tempeh and pickling daikon and carrots for an Asian-inspired sandwich. Recipe soon!)
About a week ago, I came up with the idea of going Meat-Free for an entire week. I already participate in Meatless Mondays, but am interested in broadening my repertoire of vegetarian recipes. I’ll be back later today with a recipe for an Asian-inspired tempeh sandwich, and links to all the other food bloggers who have also committed to this one-week challenge.
Want to join in? It’s not to late. Simply leave a comment with a link to your blog, and I’ll add you to the blog roll.
I am really looking forward to opening up the comments section everyday this week to discuss what we’ve cooked, and how we are finding the experience. (I am sure I will have a tougher time with this than some of you who already consume small amounts of meat.)
Food writer/author Kim O’Donnel was kind enough to do an interview with me regarding my motivations behind going Meat-Free for one week. You can check out the interview here.