While you may not be able to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year by dressing in green and visiting your local Irish bar for a pint of green beer, you can still celebrate by going green for animals and for the environment by leaving animals off your plate. Skip the traditional Irish dishes that rely heavily on factory farming and …
Resist the urge to turn all of your St. Patrick’s Day food an unsettling shade of green. While the green food coloring goes well in beer, we wouldn’t want you missing out on the true experience of these classic Irish favorites!
Leaning heavily on the potato, vegan Irish cuisine focuses on the main crops grown in Ireland: barley, oats, wheat, cabbage, kale, tomatoes, carrots, onions, and of course, potatoes. Warm, comforting foods like shepherd’s pie and stew (recipes below) are popular on the Emerald Isle.
Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, and it’s time to get your green on—on your plate, that is! Skip the factory-farm produced corned beef and bangers—and instead indulge in some animal-friendly Irish recipes that will satisfy even the hungriest of bar-hopping brogues.