5 Plant-Based Grilling Recipes for Memorial Day

By Ali Donahue
on May 17, 2017

5 Plant-Based Grilling Recipes for Memorial Day

Next weekend on Memorial Day, many of us will honor and remember those who have served and given their lives in the armed forces. We'll gather in backyards across the country in remembrance, and for many of us, we'll officially kick off summer with friends and family at this season's first cookout.

If this is your first summer eating plant-based, you may be racking your brain to figure out how you can partake in the grilling festivities. But we've got good news: there are a TON of really delicious ways to fire up the grill with veggies. We've gathered five of our favorite plant-based grilling recipes from around the web.

 

(Note: some of these recipes include oil but they can absolutely be made without oil. We promise your veggies won't stick - and we think they taste better without it!)

 

The Spruce Grilled Eggplant Recipe

 

1. Perfect Grilled Eggplant from The Spruce

If you’re grilling sans meat, eggplant is your new best friend. It's great on its own, served over whole grains, or even as a stand-in for burgers. Plus, Molly Watson from The Spruce offers way to embellish this specific recipe — variety is the spice of life, after all. 

 

Lemon Zucchini The Vegan8

 

2. Lemon Italian Herbed Grilled Zucchini from The Vegan8 

Summer would not be complete without one of its finest harvests: the zucchini. A perfect grilling veggie, this lemon herbed zucchini recipe is as tasty as it is pretty. 

 

Creamy Cilantro Lime Corn from It Doesn't Taste Like Chicken

 

3. Creamy Cilantro Lime Corn on the Cob from It Doesn’t Taste like Chicken 

Good news for Mexican street corn fans: you don’t actually need mayo or cheese to make a creamy, delicious sauce to drizzle on your grilled corn. This recipe will have your omnivore friends asking for seconds, too.  

 

Vegan Portobello Steaks

4. Vegan Portobello Steaks from Ceara's Kitchen

Mushrooms aren't only a good source of dietary fiber, protein, and vitamin C - they're also a delicious and super juicy grillable. 

 

 

5. Veggie Burger made from MamaSezz Veggie Loaf

Don't feel like doing any prep over the holiday weekend? We don't blame you. Grab some MamaSezz veggie loaf from your fridge, form into patties, and toss on the grill. Serve with a whole grain bun. Need to re-stock your fridge with MamaSezz Veggie Loaf before the big cookout? Order your Veggie Loaf here. 

 

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An Interview with Plant-Based Bodybuilder, Torre Washington

By Meg Donahue
on May 14, 2017

An Interview with Plant-Based Bodybuilder, Torre Washington

Meet professional and all-natural bodybuilder, animal rights activist, and long-time vegan.

That's right. He's competed in (and won) numerous competitions, looks like that, and eats a plant-based diet. 

I know what you're thinking...how?

Well, despite the common misconception that sufficient protein can only come from meat, you'll find protein (and lots of it) in a ton of plant-based foods. Even more, you probably don't need as much protein as you think. Scientists found the recommended daily allowance of protein should be about 8-10% of your total calories...which is more than doable when eating plants. (Check out some of our favorite plant-based protein sources here.) 

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We recently got to talk with Torre about his success as a bodybuilder, his philosophy on life, and the question on any aspiring plant-based athlete's mind...what's on his plate?

Everyone wants to know - what do you eat?

Now this is a question that can either have a simple response or one where I say, just look into my website and social media you'll see anything "vegan" is fair game! To be honest, I eat a lot of beans and bean-based foods like tempeh, tofu, Japanese sweet potato, beanitos, grapefruit, apples, blueberries, strawberries, oatmeal, all greens. I consume green smoothie shakes and lots of water. 

A lot of people in our society (people are aren't even bodybuilders) get very focused on counting proteins, carbs, and micronutrients. You seem to have a more intuitive approach to how you eat - not focusing on counting carbs for example. Could you talk about how you got to the place of understanding what your body needs without obsessive management of your diet?

Well, to be completely honest, I never counted. It was more about getting food into my system on a continuous basis rather than tracking how much protein. So after doing this for so long, I could watch my body change and then adjust accordingly to how I wanted it to look. Now, it's subconscious at times so it's an easy process.

What's your biggest challenge and what do you do to manage this challenge?

My biggest challenge is being able to explain the beauty of how being a vegan isn't a challenge at all. We are designed to consume life from the life-giving source, Mother Earth. So I focus on bringing awareness with thought-provoking messages filled with as much compassion as I can muster up. Society focuses on scarcity and negativity, rather than the abundance. Land is free but man puts a price on it and then animal agriculture increases that land consumption. By putting my thoughts to digital form, I get the opportunity to share my message. 

Beyond eating a plant-based diet, what one or two things do you currently do in your training that are key to your success?

One or two things I do in my training are: putting focus on areas where I can improve in order to create a completely balanced physique. Secondly, ensuring that my water intake is optimum. 

What's your greatest fear?

That I'll be successful beyond my wildest dreams and at the same time, I won't.

Do you have a philosophy in life by which you live?

My goal in L.I.F.E is to Live In Freedom Everyday.

You can learn more about Torre, his bodybuilding success, and his plant-based diet by visiting his website here

Gift Your Mom the Gift of Health This Mother's Day

By Meg Donahue
on May 03, 2017

Gift Your Mom the Gift of Health This Mother's Day

Being a mom is so many things. It's a lot of work, a lot of joy, a lot of tears, a lot of laughs. Also (if we're being honest), it's a lot sacrifice. A mom might give up...

- a good night's sleep to rock the baby back to sleep.

- quiet time (kids are LOUD).

- personal space to share her bed after a nightmare. 

- money (kids are EXPENSIVE).

- sick days...because even though she's got the flu, so do her kids.

And sometimes, she even sacrifices her health. When you're in the throes of parenthood, especially in the early years, there's always a little less time to work out, to get rest, to eat right.

The Gift of Health 

If you ask your mom about her sacrifices she'll probably tell you they were all worth it. And as a mom myself, I'll tell you the same thing - they ARE worth it. That said, Mother's Day is the perfect time to prioritize your mom, to show her how much it means to you that she's always had your back, to take care of her. 

A balanced diet is the foundation for any healthy woman. Plant-based meals are:

So this Mother's Day, we say celebrate the amazing mothers in your life with an introduction to plant-based foods.

If you don't feel like cooking... 

Stock your mom's fridge with 20+ servings of delicious and fresh ready-made meals when you order our GET ME STARTED bundle. We'll do the cooking, you catch up with mom. 

 

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Not sure what she wants?

We've all got at least one picky eater in the family. Don't fret. You can let your mom choose her own bundle or order a la carte with a MamaSezz gift card.

 

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4 Ways a Plant-Based Diet Helps Save the Planet

By Ali Donahue
on April 22, 2017

4 Ways a Plant-Based Diet Helps Save the Planet

Did you know what we put on our plates has a major impact on our planet's health?

Yep, it's true. The kinds of foods we grow, produce, and eat have the biggest environmental impact of any human activity. So, in honor of Earth Day, what can we add to our plates to help our planet thrive?

Plant-based foods!

Hey, don't just take our word for it. Let's have a look at the science...

1. Reduces Carbon Footprint

Did you know that the meat industry is responsible for approximately 20 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions? That's more than the combined exhaust from all transportation. Crazy, right? The average American's annual beef consumption creates as much greenhouse gas as driving a car over 1,800 miles

How eating plants could help: Producing one calorie of meat requires nearly twenty times the amount of energy as one plant calorie! Switching to a plant-based diet saves 50 percent more carbon emissions than driving a Prius

2. Conserves Water

The United States uses a lot of water - 355,000 million gallons per day! And more than half of our water usage goes towards animal agriculture. The recent California drought is a great example of excessive water usage. Experts found a surprising culprit: alfalfa. And if you're thinking "Wait, wait! that's a plant!" You're right...except this plant, which is grown on over a million acres in California and uses more water than any other crop in the state, is grown specifically for "grass-fed" cattle.

How eating plants could help: Predictions show if we ate plant foods half the time we could reduce our individual food-related water footprint by 30 percent. If we ate a totally plant-based diet, that water footprint goes down by almost 60 percent

3. Cuts down on water pollution


Livestock creates 500 million tons of manure a year! As runoff from this manure often makes its way to streams, lakes, and the ocean, it also has the potential to pass on over 40 diseases to humans! Even more, this animal waste is loaded with excess nitrogen and phosphorous. These two pollutants have been identified as the main threat to US Coastal Waters because they're responsible for the algal blooms that deplete oxygen in the water and ultimately kill marine life.

How eating plants could help:  Plants don't poop (obvious one, but had to be said...) and if we eat organically grown plants, we can reduce fertilizer runoff

4. Reduces deforestation

Our planet is currently losing over 15 billion trees each year...that's 56 acres of forest every minute. And food is the number one reason for deforestation. More specifically, animal-based foods. Nearly 80% of land deforested in the Amazon is now used as a cattle pasture

How eating plants could help: If everyone were plant-based in 2050, we would need less cropland that we did in 2000. This means we could "reforest" an area about the size of the whole Amazon forest.

Celebrate Earth Day with MamaSezz

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Whether you're already eating plant-based or a need a little help getting started, we're here to make it easier.

Our ready-made and plant-based meals are made with 100% organic ingredients, sourced from local farms here in New Hampshire and Vermont, and each delivery arrives in eco-friendly and reusable coolers to reduce waste.

Here's to making a positive change this Earth Day!

 

Greetings from the Sarasota Open!

By Ali Donahue
on April 18, 2017

Greetings from the Sarasota Open!

We're thrilled to be a sponsor at the 2017 Elizabeth Moore Sarasota Open this week! AND to provide healthy plant-based snacks to both attendees and some of the greatest athletes in the world.

There's a reason more and more professional athletes are turning to a plant-based diet to enhance performance. From Venus and Serena Williams, to Tom Brady, to David Carter, to Rich Roll, to Torre Washington...the list goes on and on. These pros know eating this way gives them an advantage over their competitors: a plant-based diet is chock full of magnesium, potassium, B vitamins, complex carbs, and vitamins C and E to boost energy and reduce inflammation.

Here's to helping athletes recover faster and player better, naturally!

Why This Cardiologist Prescribes Plants: An Interview with Dr. Jami Dulaney

By Meg Donahue
on April 14, 2017

Why This Cardiologist Prescribes Plants: An Interview with Dr. Jami Dulaney

Cardiologist Dr. Jaimela (Jami) Dulaney used to think hypertension or diabetes couldn't be reversed, only managed. Her own grandparents struggled with diabetes and heart disease - both passing in their late forties and early fifties. As far as her own genetic risk, she believed exercise and portion control could delay the onset of these chronic illnesses and that was pretty much as good as anyone could do.

After watching the documentary Forks Over Knives, things changed for Dr. Dulaney. Her eyes were opened to the benefits of plant-based eating. She and her family drastically shifted their lifestyle - adding more whole and plant-based foods to their plates and eliminating meat, fish, dairy, and oil. In the process, she's also been able to shed her need for cholesterol and acid reflux medication. 

Today, Dr. Dulaney has made it her mission to educate patients on the benefits of plant based nutrition. And today Dr. Dulaney says she and her cardiac team have had more success in reversing high blood pressure, diabetes, and coronary heart disease with a plant-based diet than she ever had with solely medications. 

This week, we had the chance to talk with Dr. Dulaney to hear all about her plant-based evolution and get her advice on getting started with this lifestyle change.

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Tell us  why you first started to consider changing your diet. What inspired the change?

My first introduction the concept of being vegan was after stumbling across John Robbins’ book A Diet for a New America. I was amazed and appalled.  I went vegan for the first time when I completed the book. Unfortunately, my family did not share my enthusiasm. I plodded along eating tofu and veggie burgers, along with salads and vegetables that my family ate, until I heard about Forks Over Knives while listening to a podcast while running. When I heard Dr. Esselstyn reversed heart disease by running education classes for his patients, the light went on. That was what I wanted to do. My mother had recently been diagnosed with an aggressive form on non-Hodgkin lymphoma and was about to begin chemotherapy.  My father was also suffering from dementia. My family became ground zero for my plant-based revolution.  

A number of our customers struggle with a transition to a plant-based diet - what advice do you have for them?

The more you transition to a plant-based diet, the better you will feel. Keep it simple and find the “go to meals” you enjoy the most.  Sometimes it can be beans, greens and a potato.  Learn to change your usual meals to plant-based versions. Start with the vegetables you like and try a new recipe each week and perhaps a new fruit.  

What surprised you the most after you started eating this way?

I was always a vegetable eater so I really enjoyed adding color to my plate.  The best part for me was the elimination of chronic indigestion when I eliminated all the oil.  I had been taking a proton pump inhibitor for years and for so long had chocked it up to genetics.  

What challenges did you have to overcome to change your diet?

The biggest challenge was socializing with friends.  Ordering sides when we went out would lead to questions and I had trouble “gently” explaining my new nutrition without preaching. 

What is your biggest fear? 

 Perhaps it is losing respect as a Cardiologist that traditionally steps in and fixes things.  But that is small compared to how educating patients on plant-based nutrition has helped revitalize my passion for medicine.  It is a great feeling to be able to take people off of medications or eliminate their pain with nutrition vs. procedures.

Do you have a philosophy by which you live?

Treat patients like I would like my family treated and don’t do anything that does not help people to live longer or better.  It has served me well.  

Need help getting started?

Our Get Me Started bundle has over 20 servings of fresh, organic, plant-based meals. And we'll deliver them to your door already cooked! All you have to do is heat, eat, and enjoy. 

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Looking for more plant-based nutrition advice from Dr. Dulaney? 

Watch this video interview from the Plant-Based Cyclist

4 Simple Steps to a Happier, Unplugged Life

By Meg Donahue
on April 03, 2017

4 Simple Steps to a Happier, Unplugged Life

Ever been water skiing? 

Remember the first time you actually made it out of the water? That magical moment when you are defying physics. Suddenly you are no longer bobbing in the shallows trying not to cross the two fat boards attached to your feet. Man, you are up! Skimming across the water, one shaky hand wave to your mom on shore. You have arrived. 8-years-old and queen of the lake.

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Then another boat passes yours, the waves from their wake hit your skis - you struggle, terrified. Oh, crud. You’re going down. You see everyone in the boat waving their arms, yelling something but you’re too scared to take it in…

 “…Let goooooo! Let goooooo of the rope…let goooooo.”

You hit the water hard, one ski flies off, you hang onto that rope for all you’ve got, the boat is still moving, you’re swallowing water, still determined to get back up. Finally, mercifully, the boat slows. You’re in the middle of the lake. You swim in your big orange life vest through the oily rainbow of gas that’s pooled near the motor and grab the side of the boat, too tired to try again.

Why didn’t you just let go?

Because it’s counterintuitive. It makes no sense to let go when you’re just trying to hang on. 

Nobody wants to unplug (Let Go) when you are convinced being plugged in (Holding On) is what keeps you going.

 

Maybe you can relate.

Ever have those days when you just can’t even…

Hold your temper. Restrain tongue or pen. Be nice. Forgive.
Read one more Facebook post that asks you to cut, paste, and type amen.
Read another inspirational anything.
Buck up.
Worry another second if you are spending too much time on your phone. (You are.)
Fret about how many stupid carbs, protein, or calories you’re eating. (You’re most likely not a nutritionist/scientist, so stop. You’re making most of it up anyway.)

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Even though our troubles may not be exactly the same, some of the best advice I ever got to steer me towards feeling grateful for my life again is actually really, really simple. So simple I was tempted to discount it.

The simple fix.

It’s easy, works like a chaaahhm, as my Boston friends say, and doesn’t cost a thing.

When you notice, (or someone points it out to you) that you’re feeling grouchy, dispirited, and spiraling downward into existential despair...try this bait-and-switch move on your mind.

Get some sleep.
Eat a decent meal.
Call a friend who makes you laugh.
Help someone.


It’s like pressing the little red reset button on your Wi-Fi router.

There’s a boatload of scientific and spiritual literature on why this simple distraction technique works to re-center us. The good news is you don’t need to read all of it to get the benefits.  You can test it out next time you’re feeling out of sorts.

To unplug from the crazy and get back to loving your life, remember to:

Get some solid rest, eat a little something (plant-based is a good idea), play with a friend who lifts you up, help someone out. 

Told you, it’s almost too simple. But it works.

Need some help in the "decent meal" department?

Let us take something off your plate by putting something healthy on your plate. Get 20+ servings of fully prepared and plant-based meals with our Get Me Started bundle.

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How You're Speeding Up The Aging Process

By Meg Donahue
on March 27, 2017

How You're Speeding Up The Aging Process

So this is 40+?

I was talking with my friend Chuck the other day. He’s an amazing guy. In his 40s, smart (like you want him figuring out the re-entry math logistics on Apollo 13 smart), funny, and self-aware. He’s also worried about his health.

His health isn’t bad, but it’s not good either. He has a few issues that he manages with medication. He “tries to eat right.” And he feels bad that he doesn’t get enough exercise.

I said, “you know, Chuck, you get to be 40+ and all of a sudden you realize your health is heading in a different direction and you just don’t bounce back in the same way. You can see the future and you realize that if nothing changes…well, you’re just going to keep sliding down.”

“Stop!” He said (half joking). “I know, I know!”

And it’s not just Chuck. Everywhere I go I talk with people experiencing at least one of these 10 health concerns:

  1. Loss of flexibility or the beginnings of arthritis
  2. Weight gain (particularly the mid-section)
  3. High cholesterol and blood pressure
  4. Heart conditions
  5. Type 2 Diabetes
  6. Impotence
  7. Fatigue
  8. Stress over their family history of Alzheimer’s
  9. Cancer
  10. Depression

A Game of Whac-A-Mole

Everyone I speak with KNOWS they should eat better and exercise to feel better.  But for some reason it doesn’t happen consistently and they end up feeling like they are playing a game of “Whac-A-Mole” with their health. Remember that game? Little moles pop up on a board randomly and the object is to whack them back down as fast as you can. 

But here’s the rub: each time you “whac” one thing down, a new mole pops right up.

whac-a-mole

Whac! I got my cholesterol down.
Up pops my blood pressure mole.
Whac! Whac! Phew, got my blood pressure down.
Up pops that pesky fatigue mole.
And so it goes.

There is a solution

Aging is inevitable...but feeling like crap doesn't have to be. So what's the solution? Here goes:

Eat real food (no chemicals or preservatives). Eat more plant-based foods. Lay off foods that make you sick or sicker.

Eating a primarily plant-based diet can give you a fantastic baseline of health. And look, I’m not talking about ditching prescriptions altogether. I’m not anti-medicine, as in many cases it is necessary! But I do know that changing your diet is the #1 thing you can do today to impact the future of your health…and stop the After-40 slide. 

(Under 40? Yeah, you’re actually not off the hook, either. The truth is we just start to notice it after 40. The slide starts much younger, in your 20s actually…)

Want to quit playing Whac-A-Mole with your health?

And bust the myth that some health issues “just come with age?”

We can help. Eating plant-based consistently can be hard. That’s why we created bundles of food for you. We’ve got your back. 

Don’t know what to cook tonight? We are there.
Don’t have energy to make something? We are there.
Tired of grocery shopping? We are there.

It's just like having a personal chef - except better because you don't have to make awkward small talk with us. You just place your order online, enjoy, feel good, and get on with your healthy life.

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Our 7 Favorite Ways to Enjoy MamaSezz Veggie Loaf

By Ali Donahue
on March 22, 2017

Our 7 Favorite Ways to Enjoy MamaSezz Veggie Loaf

While we love our Veggie Loaf straight from the pan, just like mom used to serve it, variety is the spice of life. If you're looking to mix it up at meal time, may we suggest a few of our favorites:

1. Pan-fried 

Cut the veggie loaf into 1-inch slices and fry in a little veggie broth. Top with stir-fried mushrooms, green peppers, sweet onions - and enjoy!

2. In a Sandwich

Slice and build your favorite sandwich on whole grain bread. Use a bit of Dijon mustard of your favorite vegan BBQ sauce to change it up.

3. Added to Pasta Sauce

Break up the loaf, add to your favorite pasta sauce, then serve over brown rice pasta

4. With Gravy

Make our mushroom gravy recipe. Then heat slices of veggie loaf and steam up some cauliflower. Mash the cauliflower, put it next to the hot veggie loaf slices, and cover everything with the gravy. Yum!

MamaSezz Veggie Loaf Burger

5. As a Burger 

Shape a thick slice of veggie loaf into burger patties. Heat in a frying pan and serve with whole grain burger. 

6. Made into Taco Filling 

Make it a taco night! Chop up a few slices of veggie loaf and put them in a sauce pan. Add a teaspoon each of garlic powder, cumin, paprika, and tamari/soy sauce. Mix it well and heat thoroughly. Use a brown rice tortilla, add the filling, black beans, avocado, tomato, lettuce, and salsa. 

7. Stir-Fried

Add to your favorite stir-fried veggies and serve over rice noodles, brown rice, or quinoa.

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Dieting Doesn't Work...But This Does

By Meg Donahue
on March 14, 2017

Dieting Doesn't Work...But This Does

Fun fact: I hate diets. 

I’ve never been on a diet that worked long term. I don’t have the patience to measure food, count points and calories, or think about my macronutrient (protein, carb, fat) intake. And I don’t want to wear a watch that tracks what I eat because it feels like an obsessive behavior that sucks the joy out of food.

Food is a lot of things: fun, social, fuel for your body, sensual, enjoyable, satisfying. But it should never be the enemy and it definitely shouldn’t be a part-time job.

So why are we obsessing over our food intake?

It’s not our fault that just trying to eat well is riddled with guilt, frustration, and confusion. We’re constantly bombarded with terrible advice. Our parents, friends, blog posts, magazine articles, and TV pundits all preach “watch what you eat!” and “cut back!”

We've got calorie charts, carb charts, and fitness apps that calculate the nutritional or caloric value of everything we eat. 

Dieting is exhausting and it doesn't work.

It’s time to graduate from diets. Pounds may drop temporarily, but many of us regain the weight – then feel bad about it. And it’s not because we’re all unmotivated or lazy. It’s because diets are deeply flawed.

Here’s how:

1. We have to make this choice EVERY SINGLE TIME WE PUT FOOD INTO OUR MOUTHS. Whether we’re busy, stressed, tired, or cranky, diets tell us we HAVE to use our limited willpower first thing in the morning, every day, every meal, every snack...forever.

The results look something like this:

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Graph: motivation declines over time with effort. (Thank you Ramit Sethi for the graph and Big Win inspiration!)

2. Even if we’re “successful,” we're never really free from “focusing on food.” Congrats! You’ve counted every calorie and macronutrient for 365 days. You have really enjoyed yourself and loved eating right? Probably not. All that work, and at the end of the day even if you look and physically feel pretty good, it’s still complicated, a lot of effort, and really no fun...which isn't sustainable.

How to eat healthy and feel good WITHOUT dieting

Big wins are the 3-5 actions that can significantly impact your diet, health, and life – such as transitioning to whole, plant-based foods, getting fully-prepared plant-based meals delivered, and stocking your pantry with healthy choices.

The beautiful part about Big Wins is you do the work up front — and they pay rewards for the rest of your life. One decision to eat plant-based whole foods means you never have to count calories again. Imagine that! (Not to mention you are doing more to improve your health than any amount of calorie counting and exercise ever could.)

Next time you hear the same old tired advice on dieting — track macronutrients or count calories — ask yourself: Has that really worked for the millions of people who’ve tried it? Are they really not “trying hard enough?” Or is there perhaps a systemic problem urging people to waste their limited willpower on near-meaningless tasks with little reward? Should we instead focus on high-leverage areas that will result in massive payoffs?

Put another way — how can we focus on using Big Wins so we can enjoy eating (and life) again?

Take the minutiae decisions out of your day

For any easy Big Win, we've put together a Get Me Started bundle filled with prepared and delicious plant-based meals.

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Have your own diet stories? Tell us about them in the comments! 

 

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