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E2 Foodie Friday: Plant Strong Menu Ideas for July 4

On the path to becoming Plant Strong and still find yourself struggling with what to eat on holidays?  Americans have strong emotional ties to food traditionally associated with just about every holiday. Thanksgiving and turkey. Christmas and roast beef.  Easter and ham. July 4 and grilled meat of all kinds.

Here at Engine 2 headquarters, we believe it’s possible to maintain delicious, enjoyable holiday food traditions and add a plant strong emphasis to keep it healthy.

Some All-American E2 menu ideas for this July 4:

Enjoy!

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  • Gayle

    The pie crust has fat in it. I’m surprised you have it up here.

    • Ninary

      1/2 a teaspoon per crust won’t hurt anyone :)

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