Plant-Based Eating: For the Good of the Planet

Even to the uninitiated, it’s not hard to understand why one would commit to this lifestyle. Better food! Better health! And all those cute animals you’re saving! But the less obvious reason might just be the most compelling, even to die-hard carnivores: the planet.

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Four Tips to Starting or Exploring a Plant-Based Diet When You’re Just Starting Out



Here a couple delicious starter options for you to give a whirl! I’ll be trying these recipes myself over the coming month and will share my results! If you don’t feel like making any of these recipes yourself, come on down to the Seed Café to dip your toes in.

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Got Protein?

Did you know that most forms of vegetable protein come from SEEDS? What an apt name for a new vegan cafe! Legumes, nuts, cereals, and pseudocereals are all forms of seeds. Let’s look deeper...

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EducationPhil Doucette
Making Plant-Based Lunches For Your Kids

The days are shorter, the air is a little crisper. You can’t deny it: it’s back-to-school time. As families get settled into their new routines and kids get in the groove at school, it’s a great time to think about incorporating a plant-based diet at home.

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5 Ways To Reduce Waste This Week

Reducing waste – it’s the thing we all know we should do, but it can feel like a big challenge to tackle. Thankfully, there are some really simple things you can do to make a difference in your own life. Try a few of these this week to reduce your personal waste!

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Allison Cultivates Good Vibes

This week we’re taking a little peek into our new manager Allison Koepke’s path to Modo Yoga and our new Seed Cafe. I asked her a couple questions about herself, about how she came to Modo, her food philosophies and her vision for the future of Seed Cafe.

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StoriesPhil Doucette
What Is Plant Based Anyway

Welcome the first ever #PlantingGood blog post! We’re Seed Cafe and are so excited to open in September. As we inch closer and the hype builds, we’re getting a lot of questions, such as “What is plant-based eating anyway?” “Why would I do it?” “Does it mean I have to give up every food I’ve ever loved?” (looks longingly at cheese)

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EducationPhil Doucette