Go Meatless Education Page

Go Meatless Education Page

 

Texas VegFest is a public event organized by the Texas Veg Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate Texans through public activities, events, and educational outreach about the benefits of a plant-based diet as a way to improve health, preserve the environment, and protect animals.

In keeping with our mission, we’ve created a dedicated  Go Meatless Education Page full of resources! Did Texas VegFest leave you curious about cutting down on your meat consumption or wanting to go vegan? Are you looking to incorporate more plant-based foods into your diet? Need ideas on what and where to eat? Check out these sources for information about plant-based diets and cruelty-free lifestyles, and complete out pledge survey to help our team keep our education page up-to-date with the best resources!

Whether you are a professional Master Chef or just beginning your culinary journey, we have a few resources that can help you include more plant-based foods into your diets, today!

 

 

 

There’s no doubt that people around the world are eating more veggies, fruits, legumes, and grains! So many places are popping up, and turning into veg-based establishments, it’s hard to keep up. Here is a list of resources that can help you start eating more fruits, veggies, legumes, and grains today!

 

 

 

 

Adapting to an all plant-based diet can be challenging; we encourage everyone to do what they can and incorporate more plant-based items based on informed decisions that are best for their health and family. To help maneuver through the challenges that a plant-based diet presents, we shared a list of helpful resources that answer the interrogative “how”. For more resources, head to our Texas Veg Foundation’s Pledges, Kits, and Guides Page, and Cruelty-Free Products Page.

 

 

Many people choose or are looking to a plant-based diet to help combat health issues and concerns. We wanted to share a list of useful health resources that can help you or your family get the most out of a plant-based diet. You can find more health resources on our Texas Veg Foundation Health Resource Page, here.

 

People live a variety of lifestyles, and it can be difficult to find resources for each individual’s lifestyle needs. While we don’t claim to have all available resources listed here, our team tries to include as many community resources to help individuals include plant-based items in their everyday life. For more resources, go to our Texas Veg Foundation Current Education Page, located on our foundation’s website. If you have a resource you think may be valuable to our community, send us an email to info@txveg.org.