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It's not too Late to Join Meatless Mondays!
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Bedford 2020's campaign to reduce our carbon foodprint through Meatless Mondays will continue through April 23rd. Below you will find recipes, resources and information about some great upcoming events! Please join us!  

Participate in our community-wide effort by clicking here to take our simple pledge to cut out meat one day a week for the next 7 weeks.

To be part of Johns Hopkins University's study of our unique campaign: click here to take the the JMU pre-evaluation survey. 

If you want to read more about our partners, plant-based eating resources, or for recipes, visit our Meatless Monday Archive.
Upcoming Events
Vegetarian Dinner with Wine Pairing
Le Fontane Ristorante 
March 22, 2018 at 7pm
The owners of the Blue Dolphin in Katonah will offer a a 6 course vegetarian menu paired with 4 unique wines for a "Meatless Thursday" experience on March 22nd at their restaurant on Route 100, Le Fontane. $45 per person. Reservations: (914) 232-9619. Join us!
Film Screening and Panel Discussion
Wasted: A Story of Food Waste
March 28, 2018, 7pm at Katonah Village Library
An informative and entertaining documentary produced by celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, Wasted! takes you around the world, showing the 1.3 billion tons of food that gets thrown out each year and the people fighting hardest to prevent it.
The film screening will be followed by a discussion with local farm-to-table chefs. Co-hosted by Meatless Mondays with Bedford 2020 and Katonah Village Library.  Snacks and beverages will be served. Free and open to all! 
Meatless Monday Resources
Vegetarian Recipes
Committee-Member Recipes
We have a great committee of volunteers who have launched this community-wide campaign. Here are some of their tried and true recipes for vegetarian meals, including Indian Influenced Lentil Soup, Spinach Pot Pie, Bismarck, Kale Cannellini Stew with Farro, Baked Southwestern Eggrolls, and Smoky Sweet Potato & Black Bean Casserole.
Resources and Tips
Plant-Based Eating for Health
Meat and fish production often results in more greenhouse gas emissions and uses more resources than the production of fruits and vegetables. There are health benefits to eating more plant-based foods, too!

A diet rich in vegetables and fruits can lower blood pressure, reduce risk of heart disease and stroke, prevent some types of cancer, lower risk of eye and digestive problems, and have a positive effect upon blood sugar which can help keep appetite in check.
Resources for Kids
Eat More Fruits and Vegetables!
Use this Fruit and Veggie Eater Meter, star chart, and shopping list to challenge yourself and help your parents to eat more fruits and veggies!
Join us!
Click here to take the Pledge to cut out meat one day a week, 
and get our "resources and tips" every week through April.
Please Forward to a Friend to encourage others to participate, too!
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