Your Guide to Eating More Plants, Less Meat

If you have explored our Web site’s “What’s Jewish About Being Veg” section, you already know that shifting toward the plant-based end of the food spectrum is the best thing for your health, for your soul, for the lives of animals, and for our imperiled planet.

And fortunately, adopting a plant-based diet is easier and more enjoyable than you might think. Vegetarianism and veganism are becoming more and more mainstream every day, with new cookbooks, recipe blogs, restaurants and products popping up all the time.

Oh, the delicious food you will make when sampling widely from the five food groups: fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and grains. And the sixth group: spices!

Please use this section of the Web site to find recipes, nutrition information and other resources to help you start and maintain a satisfying plant-based diet.

Just click on the links in the different-colored rectangles to get your start. 




Your Links to Veg Resources



Connect with the Jewish Veg Movement