|Overall Rating||Gold - expired|
|Submission Date||Feb. 25, 2014|
Colorado State University
OP-T2-4: Vegan Dining
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Director of Communications and Sustainability
Housing and Dining Services
Does the institution offer diverse, complete-protein vegan dining options during every meal?:
A brief description of the vegan dining program:
CSU offers a wide range of meatless meals. Diners can find delicious vegan breads and cookies from the in-house bakeshop, as well as dishes such as kung pao tempeh, Thai vegetable curries, vegan stir-fries with seitan, tempeh, or tofu from the Mongolian Grill. Middle Eastern options include the falafel with lemon-tahini sauce or a quinoa, tabbouleh, and white-bean hummus wrap. Or, students can stick with a new take on an old classic: vegan chicken nuggets and vegan veggie hummus wraps and salads.
In addition, the Housing & Dining Services dietician offers vegetarian/vegan nutrition and cooking classes for on-campus students including a plethora of nutrition education within the dining centers centered around eating a balanced vegan/vegetarian diet. In addition, the online dining menu highlights vegan and vegetarian options for each meal period.
The website URL where information about the program, policy, or practice is available:
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