If you’re looking for more ways to go green and adopt an eco-friendlier lifestyle, Green Common is now offering new plant-based takeaway options that will be right up your alley. There will be no need to worry about mealtimes, because their range of bento boxes and ready-made rice dumplings will let you indulge in guilt-free, delicious vegan meals. Produce explained: 7 essential root vegetables you need in your kitchen 6 take-away deals that offer 20% (and more) off their food The post Snag Green Common’s new plant-based takeaway treats at discounted prices appeared first on SETHLUI.com. plant-based gardein alpha burgerGreen Common offers a carefully-curated selection of nutritious and healthy vegan bento meals at affordable prices. From now until 13 June 2021, these boxes will retail at special promotional prices for both pickup at Green Common, and delivery on platforms such as Oddle, Deliveroo, and foodpanda. The wide variety means every member of the family can have their pick of cuisines. From Asian cuisines such as Hainanese Trick’en Rice (S$11.77++, U.P. S$18++) and Omni Trio Bento (S$9.42++, U.P. S$18++), to Western fare like Aglio Olio with Gardein Fishless Fillets (S$9.42++, U.P. S$16++) and Beyond Burger Black (S$11.77++, U.P. S$18++), there will be something to entice even the pickiest eater. If you need something to munch on in between meals, Green Common offers a selection of snacks that will help tide you over until your next meal. Take your pick from Alpha Nuggets (S$7.06++, U.P. S$9++), OmniMeat Veggie Spring Rolls (S$7.06++, U.P. S$9++), and more. On top of their ready-made vegan meals, Green Common also has OmniMeat Strip Rice Dumplings with Porcini & Vegan Salted Egg (S$9.90) for you to stock up on before Dragon Boat Festival. This cholesterol-free bak zhang is made with pumpkin, chestnuts, quinoa, and mixed grains, a delicious combination of umami flavours whilst also being nutrient-dense. These bak zhangs also contain less than half the total fat found in traditional ones, making them ideal for the more health-conscious. If you’ve been intending on incorporating more plant-based foods into your diet, this might just be the push you need to kickstart a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Other articles you might like:
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