Meatout is on March 20th: How Will You Celebrate?

March 05, 2010 By: Megabeth Category: Article Print This Post Print This Post

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Mark your calendars! The worldwide Meatout will be taking place on March 20th. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Meatout, the world’s largest annual grassroots diet education campaign.

I know that a lot of my readers fall into a wide spectrum of vegans, vegetarians, flexitarians and unabashed carnivores. For those of you that still have meat in your diet, perhaps consider going meat-free for one day. Where do you start? Well…

  • If you love spending time in the kitchen, plan ahead by checking out my recipe archives so that you are well-prepared to cook a meat-free meal. Trust me, I have some recipes that are so delicious, easy and quick, you won’t miss the meat. Or, head out to the library, and check out some vegetarian cookbooks.
  • If you’re not in the mood to cook, visit one of your local vegetarian restaurants and help keep them in business. I have reviewed some restaurants or you can check out HappyCow.net to see what’s in your area.
  • If you’re the social type, there is a whole list of Meatout events all over the world.
  • If you’re already a vegetarian, try going vegan. That’s what I plan to do for the day.
  • If you’re already vegan, invite some of your carnivore friends over for dinner, take them to a restaurant, or bring your friends some vegan treats from the local bakery.
  • If you decide that one day without meat wasn’t so bad, but you’re still not ready to give it up entirely, consider joining in on Meat Free Mondays and make it a regular thing.

Meatout is just for one day, but feel free to stop by here at Veggin’ all year long for vegetarian recipes, articles and restaurant reviews!

I’ve given you my ideas, how will you celebrate Meatout?

1 Comments to “Meatout is on March 20th: How Will You Celebrate?”


  1. March 20th is, incidentally, NoRuz (the Iranian New Year). Which, not incidentally, is the vernal equinox. Fresh start, all around, and a good day to try something new and different for the rest of the [new] year.

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