So, you might think that it's hard to make your meals climate-friendly. But all this really means, is for instance, adding more vegetables in a golden turmeric and choy sum fried rice (pictured). Easy right? There's more like that to dive into, in our snappy list that features 10 of the tastiest and easiest ways to make vegetables.
Well, they're a big deal in eating green as plant-based foods have the least impact on the environment compared to meat. So if you're concerned about the climate and want to change your diet, moving away from a meat-heavy diet to a vegetarian and vegan one is the most effective way. You know, avocado toast, tofu, hummus, beans, grains and nuts. In particular, we're recommending this nutty, plump, lemon-slicked edamame hummus that you can make in minutes and refrigerate for later. And, this herby, garlicky, tempeh nuggets that are addictively crisp, full of flavour and protein.
But if you're not prepared to go all the way, then simply do less meat, more plants, and one more thing, reduce diary - like in this spiced cauliflower and coconut creamed dhal. Studies show that of all diary products, cheese is the top contributor to a warming world. And of all "milk" types, cow milk is the top climate contributor. Generally, oat, almond and soy have the smallest footprint, almond in particular, has the lowest.