Erin’s Kitchen: Badass Salad

Erin’s Kitchen: Badass Salad

Tampa plant-based chef Erin DeMarines prepares nutrient-rich 'Badass" salad on Jane Unchained TV network and for SEE's new plant-based "Erin's Kitchen" show.     4 cups of organic Lacinto Kale (or Kale of choice)  Avocado spray oil (for massaging the kale)  2...

What You Eat Makes a Difference

Change Starts with You

According to a recent study, the average person's beef consumption in America produces 1,984 pounds of CO2e annually. Substituting plants for beef, you can bring down the number to just 73 pounds of CO2e. Want to save the environment—one meal at a time? Join our movement and choose a sustainable and healthy diet today!

Climate Change Is No Longer Just A Threat

Take Action Today!

Heat waves are shattering records across Europe—summer of “22-- leading to 1,000’s of heat-related deaths.

Temperatures surpassed 104 degrees in London.
Scorching temperatures afflicted nations from Portugal to Poland.

Wildfires have raged in Portugal, Spain, France, Croatia, and Greece.

The same heatwave put over 100 million Americans under heat advisories, setting record highs in Boston and much of the Northeast.

Dallas suffered 35 days of triple-digit heat in June and July alone. These heat domes and wildfires are no longer "one-off” events. We are in a climate emergency.

Half-measures will not work. We simply cannot reverse climate change with solar panels and wind turbines alone.

The Washington Post reported on July 22, 2022 in their Voraciously column, that “Animal foods are the biggest greenhouse gas emitters, by a long shot. Depending on …source, animal foods make up well over half of our global diet’s climate impact.

And within the category--beef is the single biggest dietary contributor to climate change. According to the World Resources Institute, if cattle were a country, they would be the third-largest emitter, behind only China and the United States.

Sustainable Earth Eating

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that climate change will result in about 250,000 deaths annually between 2030 and 2050.

Reduce the impact of climate change and save countless lives by just choosing to shift to a plant-based diet, at least for some meals. If 200 million people choose “Meatless Mondays,” the impact would be huge and over time, massive! And the best part—your new diet is not just healthier for the planet, it’s better for you too!

Help Us Save Our Beautiful Planet

Join us in advocating policies within federal agencies that will mitigate climate change, correct misleading data on Greenhouse Gas (GG) emissions, and eliminate the use of federal public lands for grazing that destroys natural habitats. We also advocate for greater diet research funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH). None of these efforts requires new legislation.

Planet Bethesda’s World Environment Day, June 5, 2022, hosts health, nutrition, and climate experts in its fun-filled program.

Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM)

Rep Jamie Raskin, CEO Seth Goldman, to Address Planet Bethesda's World Environment Day,  June 5, 2022  Bethesda, MD, (May 17, 2022) – Congressman Jamie Raskin (D-MD) will address a World Environment Day event, Planet Bethesda, on June 5th at Elm Street Park. Raskin,...

Meat Consumption Is Hurting Our Planet

70 billion animals are raised annually for human consumption, taking up 80% of global agricultural land. Also, 16% of global freshwater is dedicated to growing livestock. The demand for meat and dairy products is expected to rise, placing a massive burden on our Earth’s finite resources. There is but one solution to this problem—shifting to a plant-based meals as much as possible. After all, why kill an animal to get a burger—you can get one made from plants that are just as tasty and better for you!

A Healthier Alternative

“Let thy food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”

– Hippocrates

Plants are rich in fiber which can help lower cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar, and is excellent for good bowel health. It also reduces the risk of cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and mental illnesses.

Do You Really Need Meat?

A plant-based diet is not only the easiest and healthiest way to lose weight and keep it off, but all the ‘side effects’ are good ones,” says Dr. Barnard. “It’s a powerful way to turn conditions such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or type 2 diabetes around.” Dr. Neal Barnard is author, clinical researcher and founder of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

Be a Superhero!

The best part about shifting to a plant-based diet is knowing your diet choices protect the environment. Turning ranch land into forests will mitigate the effects of climate change and create new habitats and reduce water pollution. You don’t need to have a cape to be a superhero—you just need to choose to switch to delicious and healthy vegetables!

Help support our cause

Why is it important to help.

Sustainable Earth Eating wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by educating the public about  meat consumption’s impact on our climate.

We Love Animals. Just Not On our Plates.

You can help us spread the word by making a donation to SEE that is tax deductible.

Presently, we are teaching awareness classes in Montgomery County in after school. With every donation of $20.00 we can reach out and educate another 10 students.

Thank you for your contribution to help educate the public of food choice on climate change. Be the change!

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Vuiche Recipe

Vuiche Recipe

Ingredients:  12 ounces of just egg  Violife Vegan Feta (as much or as little as you like)*  1 ORGANIC white onion roughly chopped  1 teaspoon of Better Than Bouillon NO CHICKEN BASE  A high heat cooking oil ( I prefer avocado spray oil)  2 hot Italian BEYOND MEAT...

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Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM)

Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM)

Rep Jamie Raskin, CEO Seth Goldman, to Address Planet Bethesda's World Environment Day,  June 5, 2022  Bethesda, MD, (May 17, 2022) – Congressman Jamie Raskin (D-MD) will address a World Environment Day event, Planet Bethesda, on June 5th at Elm Street Park. Raskin,...

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