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Week 7: Meatless One-Day
 
 
 
 
Remember, you can cut out meat any day that you normally would have eaten meat, and it will still count to reduce our community's overall carbon foodprint. If you already planned to abstain from meat one day for other reasons, then choose an additional day to count towards our campaign!

Click the button below to check in about how you did this week. Each week you check in we enter you into the drawing to win dinner for two at Crabtree's Kittle House
 
 
Week 7 Check In
 
 
 
Featured Local Partners
Community Center of Northern Westchester
Community Center volunteers have translated our materials to share with their Spanish-speaking clients. We are happy to know that our community-wide message is being embraced at the food pantry: Plant-based meals are healthy, good for the planet, and often more affordable than meat-based  meals!
 
 
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Vegetarian Recipes
"Use 'em Up"
Sometimes when you force yourself to avoid food waste, your creativity in the kitchen can really shine! From stir-fries to smoothies, frittatas to soups, there is a great combination out there waiting to be created out of what's left in your veggie drawer! This blog offers 15 recipes for Leftover Veggies and Here is Mark Bittman's recipe for More-Vegetable-Than-Egg Frittata which calls for 4-6 cups of any chopped veggies.
 
 
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Resources
Food Waste
Nearly 20% of the food we buy doesn't get eaten. This wastes resources and increases methane emissions. Check out NRDC's cool Save the Food campaign for tips on planning, shopping, cooking, storing, freezing, and more to reduce food waste. Please join us for the film Wasted and panel discussion about Food Waste on Wednesday (details below).
 
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Join us for Food Waste Discussion and Film
 
 
 
Wednesday, March 28 at 7pm
at Katonah Village Library
Come see the film Wasted: A Story of Food Waste followed by a panel discussion.  Participants on the panel will include Karen Simons, co-chair of Bedford 2020's Food/Ag Task Force, as moderator with panelists Leslie Lampert of Ladle of Love, Chef Michael Kaphan of Farmer and the Fish and Chef Jay Lippin of Crabtree's Kittle House. Co-hosted by Katonah Village Library. Ladle of Love will bring food!
 
 
 
 
 
ARTICLE ARCHIVE: If you missed previous newsletter articles and recipes, or forgot to "check in" last week, click here to see our resource and recipe archive.  
 
 
 
 
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