Healthy and happy with a meatless diet

From April 6 to May 4, 2016, we will present new vegetarian and vegan delights on a weekly basis. Why live a vegetarian or vegan life? Things to know and tips on how to get started can be found here.

Highlights by week

  • April 6 through 12

    Falafel with mixed spring salad; hummus with apple, mint and tortilla chips; bruschetta with eggplant; glass noodle salad with mango; vegetable quiche; zucchini and coconut soup; semolina pudding with rhubarb; mango, spinach and orange smoothie; …

    Falafel
  • April 13 through 19

    Red pepper and orange hummus with tortilla chips; bruschetta with mushrooms; quinoa salad with smoked tofu; cheese quiche; vegetable strudel with salad; wild garlic soup; orange, banana and blueberry juice; strawberry cream; …

    Carrot and ginger pasta with smoked tofu
  • April 20 through 26

    Hummus with apple, mint and tortilla chips; bruschetta with zucchini and feta; rice salad with hazelnuts; vegetable quiche; veggie burger with salad; zucchini and coconut soup; semolina pudding with rhubarb; mango, spinach and orange smoothie; …

    Mango, spinach and orange smoothie
  • April 27 through May 4

    Red pepper and orange hummus with tortilla chips; bruschetta with eggplant; carrot and orange salad with cilantro; cheese quiche; falafel with mixed spring salad; wild garlic soup; orange, banana and blueberry juice; strawberry cream, …

    Red pepper and orange hummus

Eat to be happy and win

A visit is definitely worthwhile: with a bit of luck, hungry visitors will win one of six Coop@home shopping vouchers worth CHF 500.– each.

coop@home
  • «It’s a misunderstanding that you need animal products to gain muscles, lose fat and become healthy.»

    Daniel Hüsser Lives a vegan life, fitness coach and Studio D&R-Performance owner Daniel Hüsser

Swissveg: for a plant-based diet

Swissveg is the largest special interest group for vegetarians and vegans in Switzerland. Since 1993, the politically and religiously independent organization has been using positive publicity to advocate for a permanent reduction in meat consumption and for promoting a plant-based, responsible lifestyle as an attractive and healthy alternative that is accessible to everyone. The Swissveg website offers an abundance of interesting information on the topic.

Swissveg

Swiss Vegan Society: ready, set, vegan

The Swiss Vegan Society (VGS) constitutes a well-informed point of contact for all persons interested in veganism. The Society represents itself as a hub between business, private individuals, media, and other special interest groups, and implements a range of projects in the areas of animal welfare, sustainability, health, and education. It also offers training and education for vegan professionals.

VGS