Meat-free Monday

Launched in June 2009, the Meat-free Monday campaign aims to raise awareness of the environmental impact of meat eating and encourage people to meaningfully reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by having at least one meat-free day every week. Meat Free Monday is a campaign that aims to encourage the world to help slow climate change by reducing meat consumption.

The Brentwood Green Team encourages everyone to consider trying some of the recipes published in our cookbook and be a part of the solution.

Win House Points -
Meat Free Monday Cookbook 2021

2021 is the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables.

The Brentwood Green Team is looking forward to expanding the meat-free cookbook from last year, and we are looking for new meat-free recipes. You can submit and get your recipes featured in the new and improved Meat Free Cookbook 2021 to earn house points. Just fill in the recipe template in the word document here:

Submit it using the MS form (link at the bottom of Word document).

Please submit your recipes by 31 July 2021.

Meat Free Monday Challenge

Thank you to all staff and students that participated in the Meat-free Monday challenge over the recent Term 3 holidays and submitted their entries. The recipes looked amazing. We hope you have enjoyed those meat-free dishes and are going to continue meat-free Mondays for a sustainable future.

If you would like to try some of the meat-free recipes created by our students, please refer to the cookbook attached below.

'Meat-free Monday' Cookbook edition 1 (2020)

The Green Team members had put together the 'Meat-free Monday' cookbook to inspire our community to try plant-based recipes at least once a week in order to offset the emissions from consuming meat.

The cookbook was endorsed by Master Chef 12 Australia contestant, Simon Toohey!

Certificate of Appreciation from Bowel Cancer Australia in recognition of our Meat-free cookbook.