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5 Best Vegan Recipes from Meatless Monday Posts in 2013

We are continuing our “best of 2013” series that we started here last week with the 5 most popular vegan recipes included as part of our weekly Meatless Monday recipe share. Miratel supports Meatless Monday as part of our CSR business commitment as it promotes eliminating meat from your diet one day per week because meat has more of an impact on the environment than any other food we eat. Did you know producing one pound of beef uses as much water as taking 60 showers and as much fuel as driving a car 32 miles? We feature a new meat-free recipe every Monday to help make eating more plant-based easier (even if it’s only for one day). We previously highlighted the top 10 vegetarian recipes from 2012 and today we present our top 5 vegan recipes from 2013:

  1. vegan-irish-stew-meatless-monday-csr-business-Meatless Monday with a Vegan St. Patrick’s Day Feast. The luck of the Irish? I don’t know but this was our most popular vegan recipe post from 2013. Featuring vegan versions of traditional Irish dishes like vegan Irish stew, soda bread and Guinness brownies. No one will even notice there is no meat included in this healthy and hearty meal that’s also simple enough to make any night. Slainte!
  2. Meatless Monday with Vegan Crispy Cajun Chickpea Cakes. This recipe is courtesy of the Vegan Dad blog and even though it was just posted in November, it quickly shot to #2 on this best of 2013 list and with good reason. This is an amazing recipe – delicious, satisfying, so simple to make and it’s gluten-free too. These chickpea cakes are even great to make ahead and keep in the freezer for when you need something super fast. You can eat them with salad, on a sandwich or as a main course protein source. I can’t rave enough about them and neither could so many of our readers.
  3. Meatless Monday with Vegan Crab Cakes with Sauce. This recipe proves (once again) that even though you are eating vegan, you don’t have to sacrifice the non-vegan flavours you knew and enjoyed. Plus it also includes directions for making a vegan cocktail and tartar sauce to accompany the cakes. Zucchini is so versatile and delicious here.
  4. Meatless-Monday-Lentil-Mushroom-Bourguignon-csr-businessMeatless Monday with (Vegan) Lentil and Mushroom Bourguignon. A vegan twist on a classic French dish and no one will even miss the meat. This delicious, gourmet meal is perfect if you are looking for a meal that is a little more special for when company is coming or for yourself just because.
  5. Meatless Monday with Vegan Orange Glazed Sesame Tofu and Pistachio Cabbage Slaw. This is a two-for-one post as it features 2 great recipes that are light and flavourful – perfect for summer or for kicking off the new year with a commitment to healthy eating.

That’s it for today’s top 5 “best of” posts from 2013. We’ll continue tomorrow with our 5 most popular social media efforts for nonprofit fundraising posts from 2013. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to visit the Meatless Monday website and join us in taking the pledge today. Spread the word at home and at work and promote CSR business initiatives to make your green call centre, office, factory, shop, restaurant or salon even greener. ___________________________________________________________________________________

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6 Responses to 5 Best Vegan Recipes from Meatless Monday Posts in 2013

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  2. The “Stew” was awful. It looked NOTHING like the picture and had zero flavor. It was a watery tasteless soup and a horrible waste of money. My husband (who usually will eat anything) couldn’t even eat this so we through it out.

  3. I wish I had seen this comment before I had begun to cook this. Mine has been simmering on low for 6 hours and was not done so I put the crock pot on high for 2 more hours. It doesn’t seem to have much flavor to me either and I have been researching to see if I have done something wrong. It seems very watery and doesn’t have much flavor to me either. The picture looked delicious. I have never had Irish Stew so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was cooking this for 3 other families this week to share as a meal I hope that we are not one meal short!

  4. The stew is SO BAD. I wish I’d read these comments first. Though, I wish mine had turned out flavorless. I followed the recipe exactly and it tastes like I added an entire lemon. It’s tangy, watery, with a bitter after taste. And no, it does not look ANYTHING like the picture. An entire crock pot of vegetables and homemade vegetable broth down the garbage disposal.

  5. I love this Irish stew recipe and can’t find it on your site anymore. The link doesn’t work. Can you repost it or send me tour recipe? I absolutely love it and have made the recipe for years for st Patrick’s day and more.


  6. Thank you – that is great to read. Here is the link http://www.miratelinc.com/blog/meatless-monday-with-a-vegan-st-patricks-day-feast/.

    Thank you again and enjoy!

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