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Resources

wannaveg strives to provide resources that will help make our diets more sustainable.  The following list contains information freely available on the web. Wanna add to the list?  Send any additional information to the "Contact" link at the top of the page.  Your help in contributing to this page is much appreciated.  

sustainable seafood pocket guide- This guide demonstrates how to eat more sustainably produced seafood.

vegetarian restaurant locator- Happy Cow has listings for 6,000+ restaurants in 96 countries and growing.  Just type in your zip code and check out the locations near you on google maps!  Most listings even have reviews.

farmers market locator- Check out the local farmers markets in your area with this tool.

farmer’s market shopping tips- What better way to spend part of your Saturday or Sunday (or Mon-Fri) than paying a visit to your local farmer’s market?  Here are some tips to help you make the most out of the food you buy and the experience you enjoy.

seasonal guide- Wanna know what is in season for your area?

eat well guide – The Eat Well Guide is a way for you to find wholesome, fresh, sustainable food in the and . Find food in your neighborhood and when you travel that is healthful, humane, better for the environment, and that supports family farmers.

vegetarian starter kit-  The folks at PCRM have a great resource available for us.  Their vegetarian starter kit contains a bunch of useful information.  Check them out to learn more about starting to go veg (even for just one day a week).  This information can also be downloaded in a .pdf format

vegetarian travel- So you’ve put in your time at the workplace and the boss man (or woman) is going to let you take some of that well earned vacation you have been saving.  You pack your bags, book a flight, buy some sunscreen and you’re outta there.  But…what are you going to do about your veg day once you arrive at your destination?  I’ve compiled a list of links that will help you find many of the resources you may need during your travels.

farmer’s market shopping tips- What better way to spend part of your Saturday or Sunday (or Mon-Fri) than paying a visit to your local farmer’s market?  Here are some tips to help you make the most out of the food you buy and the experience you enjoy.

vegetarian BBQ tips-  With Summer upon us, the season for the traditional backyard BBQ is in full swing.  If you’re a vegetarian (or on your veg day), never fear…here are some tips to make your BBQ experience deliciously enjoyable.

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