We eat too much meat. If you are pro or against vegetarian diets, you cannot deny that the average person eats too much meat. Research shows that people who eat lots of meat are at an increased risk of death from heart disease, stroke, or diabetes. Adults generally need only about 5 1/2 ounces of protein a day, but this does not need to come from meats alone.
So no wonder that more and more people are looking to incorporate more fruits, veggies, and legumes into their diet. A 2020 study from Nielsen reveals that 40 percent of Americans are now making an effort to eat plant-based foods.
But with our filled calendars, let’s be honest it is not always easy to plan and prepare tasty plant-based meals. However, that doesn’t mean you need to settle for a bland bite!
Sweet Earth is there to help! They offer plant-based versions of bacon, seitan, chicken, and deli slices. But not only that, they have ready-made bowls, burritos, and pizzas. These plant-based meals come frozen and just need reheating to be savored by you! These heat-and-eat vegan meals offer you a great option for your lunches and dinners. Get your family on a healthier diet and spend less time in the kitchen preparing it!
This is a great meal with plant-based Chik’n, edamame, black & white sesame seeds, and riced cauliflower, all in a flavorful gochujang sauce. Korean cuisine is very popular. And with good reason! Every bite bursts with flavor. You can get this bowl at Target for $4.99.
This is an ancient dish from Italy. Chickpea pasta in creamy, plant-based parmesan cheese and black pepper sauce. It will delight you and win over the hearts of your family members! You will find this dish at Target for $4.99.
This is a perfect vegan protein to add to any burrito, salad, rice, or pasta dish. Try adding Chipotle Chik’n, Korean BBQ Style Chik’n, or Mindful Chik’n into any chicken recipe! Sweet Earth plant-based Chik’n is an excellent source of protein, and all varieties are non-GMO.
Start your healthier eating journey today! And win time you can spend with your family.