Here is a Healthy Vegan Dinner Recipe for Meatless Monday. I am loving starting the week on an extra colorful note. Its great to hear so many of you are after these vibrant and nourishing meals to get you feeling healthy and your energy sustained. What you may or may not know is that this is a type of cleanse that really targets your gut.

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Your Microbiome working in your gut respond supremely to these kinds of colors. They buildd up the cleaning response to make sure

-The immune system is working efficiently,

-All the nerves that talk to the brain are doing so with amazing success

-Your flow of digestion and nutrition is of course optimized.

Each week I am going to be doing a Facebook Live for Meatless Monday, so if there is any specific ingredient you want me to use for one of these dishes don’t be afraid to write in and ask. To watch how this recipe on Facebook you can click here, thanks for all of you awesome people who watched, engaged and asked some truly fantastic questions


What does Meatless Monday Mean?

Meatless Monday is an international Campaign that draws attention to sustainability for the planet. It is also an initiative to get people to begin their week with a healthy mindset. Also to note as our population continues to grow the ability to source particular resources becomes more difficult. If you amazing people on this earth decide to not eat meat for one day it has a dramatic positive affect on the long term health of our planet.

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Should I be Eating Meat?

The decision to eat meat is completely up to you and how your body feels. Remember we all digest things differently. Recently my brothers  become vegetarian and watching them avoid one source of food that they have been used to their whole life is somewhat inspirational. They say their energy is amazing. For me I still eat meat, however I do not eat as much as I used to. I personally feel if I was to avoid meat altogether my energy would lose out along with my muscle recovery, especially with the amount of exercise that I do. Most importantly listen to your body if you feel bloated, lacking in energy or lethargic, these are signs that your body is not responding to what your current food plan.

For now my fiends enjoy the colorful goodness below and reach out to me with your thoughts @dan_churchill
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Stay Colorful my Friends

xo Dan


Prep Time: 5-10 Minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Cost: $3-6

Skill: Easy

Ingredients: (Serves 2)

1 Red Onion, sliced

3/4 Cup Grape tomatoes, diced

1/4 cup Balsamic Vinegar

2 Corns, kernels removed into a bowl

1 Tbsp Cobram Estate Olive Oil

1/2 Cup Chickpeas

1 Cup Hummus

1 Cup Cooked Brown Rice

1/3 Cup Tahini

1 Tbsp Pepitas

Half a bunch of Fresh Parsley, roughly chopped


  1. Combine Onion, tomatoes in a bowl with vinegar, set aside for a minimum 10 minutes or overnight.
  2. Add olive oil to a pan and caramelize the corn
  3. Add to a big mixing bowl with brown rice, onion and tomatoes mix, chickpeas, half the pipits and chopped parsley
  4. Spread hummus over the base of some bowls spin in your mix drizzle with olive oil, tahini, and touch with parsley and extra Pepitas.

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