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PLANT-BASED RECIPES

OUR FOOD SYSTEM IS RIPE FOR CHANGE. EATING MORE PLANT-BASED FOODS IS ONE OF THE BEST STRATEGIES WE HAVE FOR FEEDING THE GROWING POPULATION WHILE IMPROVING OUR HEALTH AND PROTECTING THE PLANET.

LET'S CREATE A GREENER FUTURE TOGETHER, ONE PLATE AT A TIME.

ADAPT AS NEEDED - VERSATILITY!

We understand that everyone is different and will have their own health needs. Some of you may be athletes (or catering for growing kids) and have high energy requirements, while others may need lower calorie-density meal ideas. We're also aware that some will be dealing with food intolerances or allergies. This recipe collection caters to everyone and you can use the recipe key to find meals that will be a good fit for you. We also encourage you to make these recipes your own! Don't like the suggested plant milk? Swap it for another. Don't want to include so many nuts? You don't have to. Want to use different vegetables, herbs and spices? Go for it. Have a bit of fun and get experimenting. 

FURTHER TIPS & TRICKS

Mind the salt: Around 75% of the salt in our diet comes from processed foods, so is often 'hidden'. Some of these recipes will call for use of stocks, canned legumes or condiments like soy sauce or miso. These ingredients can save a lot of time and hassle, but do check the labels! Look for salt-reduced or salt-free options. If you're new to this way of eating it will likely take time for your tastebuds to adjust and you may want to use some additional salt to make flavours 'pop' (although the use of herbs, spices, vinegars and citrus are encouraged!). Try to do this at the table once the meal is plated, rather than as you cook, as this will typically reduce the amount used.

Beat the Bloat: This is a high-fibre diet - which is a good thing! But if you're new to this way of eating, you may need to ease in slowly with certain foods. If you've chowed down on a legume-loaded dish but it caused some 'unpleasant' GI side-effects, it doesn't mean that this way of eating is not for you! Legumes are packed full of fibre and prebiotics, which feed good gut bacteria. But just like a muscle, your gut needs time to work up to certain loads. If your gut is sensitive to beans and lentils you might like to start with a smaller serve size, about 1-2 Tbsp, and increase your intake slowly over the next few weeks. 

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Recipe Key
Gluten-Free |  Nut-Free |  Oil-Free |  Soy-Free

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