A “meat free” Canadian freebie, Free Veg starter Kit!


Considering going meat free? Or just want some meat free recipes? Order a free Veg starter kit! While this freebie is about as interesting as a PETA freebie to me, I don’t represent all of Smart Canucks readers 🙂 So if your interested so be it! Me? I’ll stick to my T bones thanks.

Complete the form below to receive your free Veg Starter Kit. This 32-page color magazine explains the benefits of a veg diet (for health, animals and the environment). It also contains practical advice on how to make healthy changes, product and nutrition information and delicious recipes.

Click here to order this freebie

10 responses to “A “meat free” Canadian freebie, Free Veg starter Kit!”

  1. Julie Leeds says:

    we try to eat meat free one day every couple of weeks, I’m not sure why *lol* but heard it was a good idea and I like a challenge!!

  2. trucks says:

    it’s a great little kit!

  3. thecountess says:

    This is an awesome booklet. Hope everyone orders one!!! 🙂

  4. mardi61 says:

    Definitely getting one. Always looking for new side dishes for my t-bone 🙂 Just kidding, vegetarian all the way.

  5. Valerie says:

    There is a PDF link! If you can make it through the first 18 pages of “meet the meat” err, “meet the animals”, and still have a craving for blood… you won’t be interested in the recipes that follow.

    My darling’s family is vegetarian,as are plenty of families from India. At home, our eating habits are “mostly vegetarian”. We enjoy the occasional BBQ or French meal. Still we turn down offers for “half a cow for your freezer”. Aah the money we save.

    I have more of a moral issue with veg. products posing as meat then my in-laws (if it’s not meat, it shouldn’t pretend to be meat).

    Why doesn’t packaged food come with a “Veg” or “Vegan” logo (à la Kosher symbol)? How often will I have to explain to my in-laws that ”Omega 3” products have FISH in them?

  6. Kiti63 says:

    More meat for me! Still the best source of protein on the planet. Support our ranchers!

  7. Valerie says:

    Soy products may interfere with your thyroid medication.

    Remember, if a bit of ginger added to meals containing lentils, beans or vegetables from the Cruciferous group (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cruciferous_vegetables) don’t abate the audible side-effects… Glaxo Smith Kline has a cheeky product named Beano (Any coupons?)

  8. Cara S says:

    I have been a vegetarian for more then 12 years and always love getting new recipes. Thanks for the post!

  9. AlyssaAutumn says:

    Just ordered mine the other day!


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