How to Eat 100% vegan food

Eating animal products is incredibly inefficient, requiring 8 times the land to produce the same number of calories as plant based food. Livestock farming also contributes 18% of human-produced greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. What we eat affects biodiversity, climate change and water. Take this action by slowly reducing the number of meals with animal based foods. Think about alternatives such as oat milk, beans or lentils, nut roasts and different vegetables like butternut squash instead of meat. Learn how to cook amazing meals by buying a vegan or vegetarian cookbook. Commit to a day a week without animal products and expand it over the next few years.