The 7-Day Plant-Based Cooking Challenge

Can you cook 7 delicious, plant-based meals without touching a recipe?

You’ve probably heard that cooking plant-based meals is good for your health (and the planet!). But let’s face it – turning the almighty veg into a swoon-worthy supper is a little intimidating. Not only is finding a good plant-based recipe a pain in the Google, following the directions to the teaspoon can be a chore.

The solution? Ditch the recipes.

In this seven-day plant-based cooking challenge, we’ll show you a few simple flavor and texture rules to pair with your plants so you can eliminate the need for prescribed cooking instructions. You’ll have lots of freedom to play around with proportions and ingredients, making every meal just the way you like it.

So join us. Challenge yourself and encourage your friends to get in on the fun by posting pics and stories on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook using #HMS7DayChallenge.

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