Science shows that a plant-based diet is good for your health and the planet. If you’ve been wanting to incorporate more vegetarian meals into your diet but didn’t know how to begin, an easy first step is heat-and-eat meals. Because plant proteins are less expensive than meat, they’re also easier on your wallet. And you can ease into a plant-based eating plan without worrying about fresh produce spoiling if you’re too busy to fix the dishes you had planned.
You can save even more money if you get started this week. From May 3-5, 2022, Casa Verde is offering 50% off your entire order so you can celebrate Cinco de Mayo with their new Latin-influenced,
Garbanzos al pastor: A plant-based riff on the classic al pastor recipe, with Mexican chiles bringing the heat and bites of grilled pineapple offering a touch of sweetness.
Serving suggestion: Use as a filing in tacos and wraps, with a side of rice, or as added protein on your favorite salad.
Coconut chowder: Inspired by moqueca, a Brazilian seafood stew slow-cooked in a terracotta dish, this flavorful chowder is loaded with tasty garbanzos, grounding sweet potatoes, mild yellow peppers, and spiced red beans — all simmered together in rich coconut cream.
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