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Five tips for making Meatless Monday a success
Community, Edge, Food

Five tips for making Meatless Monday a success

Going meat-free even once a week has great benefits for your health and that of the planet, and it doesn’t have to be boring or difficult. It can be achieved by simply removing the meat from your favorite dishes, replacing it with a vegetarian substitute or hopping on Pinterest to find something brand new. Plus, it’s only once a week.

4 recipes to celebrate World Coconut Day
Edge, Food

4 recipes to celebrate World Coconut Day

From protein-packed “energy balls” to toasted granola to plain coconut water, there are many creative ways to incorporate coconut into your diet. In celebration of World Coconut Day, here are a few student-friendly recipes you’ll go (coco)nuts for!

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