15 May 2017

Meat Free Mondays - National Vegetarian Week 2017



It's National Vegetarian Week and I'll be bringing you veggie news every day this week. Recipes, giveaways and cookbook reviews. Today I'll start with Meat Free Mondays.

For those of you unfamiliar with Meat Free Mondays, it's a social movement, where people promote a vegetarian diet and encouraging everyone to try and eat vegetarian at least once a week. Every Monday throughout the year I bring you seven new featured recipes for the week ahead and let you decided how many days you want to go veggie. There's always plenty of inspiration.

So without further ado and in line with veggie week, let's get stuck in!









MONDAY


Everyday Healthy Recipes






TUESDAY


Jo's Kitchen Larder






WEDNESDAY


VNutrition






THURSDAY


Alison's Allspice






FRIDAY


Tinned Tomatoes






SATURDAY


Tin and Thyme







SUNDAY


Katie Cakes






Bonus Recipes

Spanakopita - Pebble Soup
Easy Mediterranean Tart - Tinned Tomatoes
Veggie Balls with Warm Couscous Salad - Maison Cupcake


Thanks to everyone who created a recipe for us this week.


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National Vegetarian Week


To support National Vegetarian Week I'm sharing recipes, cookbooks and giveaways with my readers every day this week. 




20 comments:

  1. Hi! Thank you for featuring my recipe! I'll come back again this week to read your veggie news posts. Today I am adding my recent veggie burger recipe. Have a good week:)

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    1. Oh nice, I do love a good veggie burger and you are welcome to pop by anytime this week :)

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  2. Happy vegetarian week - I must try and share some meals with Meat Free Mondays. Maybe if I get time today to photograph dinner before it gets dark at dinner!

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    1. Happy Veggie Week Johanna and yes you should. Yes getting the photos taken first is always quite a task.

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  3. Thanks soooo much for featuring my recipe, but the link for the stove top lasagna takes me to Tin and Thyme stuffed red peppers. Which I shall be making for tea now, hehe.

    Katie xoxo

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    1. Oh poop, I shall go correct that. Sorry ;)

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  4. Lovely roundup as always...I always want to dive in and eat them all!! But the one that really caught my eye is your lovely vegetable, veggie sausage and chickpea bake - that is so the kind of easy midweek meal I would make! :-D Happy vegetarian week Eb x

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    1. Oh I do hope you try it then Eb. We really love that one. Have a happy veggie week too.

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  5. Happy Vegetarian Week indeed! :) What a great selection to choose from this week and thank you for including my humble soup! Sounds like you are going to have a busy week on the blog! Will be popping over to catch up on more veggie news. Have a good one! x

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    1. Your soup looks great Jo and thanks for joining in and submitting a recipe.

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  6. Hi Jacqueline, I am joining your linky party for the first time and I brought gram flour cakes with masala sweet green peas.

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  7. Thank you for sharing. I'll be back soon.

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  8. Delicious collection as always, I reckon I need to try your Roast Veg & Chickpea bake with my veggies sausages I've made this week. Happy Vegetarian Week :-)

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    1. Oh yes you must try the bake in that case and do enjoy it.

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  9. Some really beautiful recipes this week, those chickpea patties sound so good, as do the stuffed peppers!

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    1. Yes, there are always so many tempting recipes.

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  10. A lovely collection of recipes, just perfect for National Vegetarian Week. I'm going to try your sausage traybake out on my kids.

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    1. Indeed and enjoy the bake, I bet they love it!

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