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go green for st. patrick’s day!

Being vegan, I eat green everyday! But instead of guzzling yucky green beer on this St. Patrick’s Day (seriously, why?) how about adding a little more green love into your life, one healthy meal at a time. Here’s a list of ideas to get you started!

Breakfast: the coconut matcha smoothie 

Drinking matcha green tea powder is the best way to reap all the health benefits of green tea. This smoothie packs a punch with kale and creamy coconut too! Get the recipe.

Breakfast: avocado on toast

Avocado is probably the most perfect food on earth! It’s a good thing to eat in the morning too. You can slice it or just mash it right on the toast, drizzle with a little lime or lemon juice, and add salt and pepper to taste.

Lunch: edamame mash 

This pretty green edamame mash is super fresh with mint, cilantro, and dill. Pile it on a sandwich or put it on top of a hearty salad. Get the recipe exclusively on foodnetwork.ca.

Lunch: broccoli hemp tabbouleh

This is a great way to eat raw broccoli and inject lots of flavour into your meal. It can be eaten on it’s own, added to a big salad, or thrown into some tacos. Get the recipe.

Dinner: green fettuccine

This hearty, comforting pasta dish is made with a homegrown Canadian product, NONA vegan sauces. It’s super easy and very tasty. Get the recipe.

Dinner: kale caesar salad

This is one of our favourite meals to make and we’ve been told our vegan caesar salad dressing is the best ever! Get the recipe.

Dinner: gluten-free green bean casserole

This classic dish isn’t like momma used to make! We’ve made it modern, delicious, and easy to make with the help of Le Grand’s vegan alfredo sauce. Plus it’s topped with crispy pesto onions. Get the recipe.

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