Nobody, that’s who.
Meat production is a major contributor to carbon emissions. By reducing your meat consumption to one serving a day and replacing it with other sources of protein– beans, nuts, tofu, etc. — you can shrink your carbon footprint! Who knew that could be so simple? (More to come on the actual statistics behind meat, fish, and vegetable production in the near future).
If you’re looking to eat vegetarian one night look no further than your kitchen cabinet– I’m sure you have everything you need.
Here’s how it works:
- Grab your two favorite vegetables, one medium tomato, a jar of tomato sauce, a bag of spinach, a box of lasagna noodles, a container of low-fat ricotta cheese, and a bag of your favorite shredded cheese (i.e. cheddar or mozzarella)
- Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees
- Cook and drain lasagna noodles
- Spray pan
- Layer noodles and cheese, vegetables, and sauce in the order you so desire- topping off with some extra sauce and cheese to bake on top!
- Cook for about 45-50 minutes and enjoy a healthy, filling, satisfying vegetarian dinner!
And they said it wasn’t easy.