Monday, September 15, 2008

Meatless Mondays

I just got through reading a entry at Green Thinking Blog that talked about going meatless one day a week. That by doing this we could help reduce climate change and global warming. It states that meat production produces about one-fifth of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.'s another small way to help save God's planet!

When I was going to the local Weight Watchers Meeting (noticed I said going to – no more – whole other thing to blog about) our leader became a vegetarian due to a book she read that discussed process of the meat we buy at supermarkets. She also did share with us some of the benefits in her hair, skin, and energy level by doing so.
I don’t necessarily want to become a vegetarian (not that anything is wrong with that) ….I just like my poultry and seafood too much.

Their was even a campaign called Meatless Mondays”. Go over and take a look at their challenge. I would love to participate but I’ve got a lot on my plate. They do have some pretty good looking recipes. I think I’m going to steal their title for my Monday posts. Starting next week, I’m going to try to use this day as our “meatless days” (sorry babe..I know you wont be too excited about this – you’re a meat & potato man! – You’ll survive). I’ll keep you posted on how it goes.

I think I'm going to try the Oval Office Enchiladas next Monday.


Dragon Cowboy said...

If there ain't no meat then it ain't no meal! :(

koinonia community said...

I make alot of meatless meals. It truly is easier for your body to digest. Of course Carla says the reason I can't go as long without eating is because I don't eat alot of protein, so remember you may need some small nut and veggie snacks. And hey, make sure you keep eating pork - in some form! :)

Lylah said...

hi there....just wanted to thank you for adding me to your list of blogs you visit! super cool. thanks and i'd love a vote and this is why:



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