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Here’s a meat-free recipe from www.self.com that’s low in saturated fat and high in protein. Polenta is a great source of fibre too and this particular dish meets almost a quarter of our daily fibre needs.

Polenta is a golden-yellow Italian cornmeal made from dried, ground maize and is a staple dish of northern Italy. Polenta makes a great gluten-free alternative to flour in cakes, biscuits and pastries.

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I found this pasta recipe on www.myrecipes.com that’s great for a main meal or served as a side salad at a Sunday lunch or braai. You can make the salad ahead of time and keep it in the fridge; just don’t add the dressing as the beans might get a bit soggy. Enjoy!

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The UK’s Food Climate Research Network claims that food production is responsible for between 20-30% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The livestock sector is accountable for around half of these dishonourable discharges, so the more meat we produce and eat the bigger the damage we’ll do.

If you make just one day a week a meat-free day, you can make a big difference and help fight global warming. So why not join Good Taste in this good deed?  Each Monday we’ll share a mouth-watering vegetarian recipe that will be great for you and even better for the planet.

Our first recipe is taken from Jamie Oliver’s newest cookbook: Jamie Does Spain, Italy, Sweden, Morocco, Greece and France. I attempted this Swedish Creamy Mushroom recipe over the weekend and it was a big hit. Try it on toast or bread or better yet, enjoy it over rice for a delicious meat-free stroganoff.

–Kari

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