Why Sustainable Meat Alternatives are the Future of Eco-Conscious Eating

The Tomorrow Foundation is excited to announce our new partnership with Earth Nut Foods®, a company focused on producing sustainable, plant-based burgers and other meat alternatives made from natural ingredients with no artificial colors or preservatives.

Meat alternatives are steadily rising in popularity, and not just among the vegetarian community. Many meat-eaters are starting to see the benefits of swapping out their beef patties for plant-based alternatives because of the health benefits of cutting back on meat consumption.

Because of companies like Earth Nut Foods®, plant-based meat substitutes are easier to access than ever, further increasing people’s appetites for a little more veg in their diets.

But the benefits of sustainable meat alternatives go beyond the personal health benefits. Cutting back on meat consumption and replacing it with plant-based products instead has a massive positive impact on our environment.

Here are some of the reasons why:

Reduced Greenhouse Gas Emissions

According to a study conducted by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, plant-based meat alternatives generated approximately ten times fewer greenhouse gasses during their production than comparable beef-based products (such as hamburgers).

With global warming knocking on our doorstep every day, reducing greenhouse gas emissions in our food supply could not be more crucial. By switching over to plant-based meat alternatives, we can begin to take steps towards turning back the clock on climate change.

Reduced Water Consumption

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is just the start. An assessment of another popular meat alternative producer, Impossible Foods, in 2019 verified by research firm Quantis found that their meat alternative used 87% less water than beef and reduced local water contamination by 92%.

Freshwater is a valuable resource, and thanks to climate change, disastrous droughts continue to threaten agricultural communities globally. By switching to sustainable, plant-based meats, we can conserve our freshwater resources while increasing our food supply’s sustainability.

Less Land Required to Produce More Food

Studies have shown that if the world were to adopt an entirely plant-based diet, we would reduce global agricultural land use from 4.1 billion hectares to just 1 billion. That is the most extreme example, but the fact remains that over 3 billion hectares of global agricultural space are dedicated to pasture and feed-crops for animals we consume.

The data further shows that regardless of the entire world deciding to “go vegan,” it only takes ¼ of the same acreage to produce the same amount of plant-based protein vs. animal-based protein.

By switching to sustainable meat alternatives, we can tackle greenhouse gas emissions and deforestation that occurs to make room for more pasture land.

Overall, plant-based meat alternatives, like the delicious patties produced by Earth Nut Foods, are poised to play a significant role in creating a healthier, more sustainable diet for people worldwide.

And when you purchase some delicious products from Earth Nut Foods, a portion of the proceeds will go to The Tomorrow Foundation to fund services, community outreach, education, and advocacy. This work aims to save our planet’s natural resources so that future generations can continue to enjoy a clean, healthy environment.  

Earth Nut BBQ Veggie Burger

Like your Burgers Sweet?

This Veggie Burger recipe is the perfect blend of savory and sweet.


2Earth Nut Veggie Burgers (We Recommend our Mesquite BBQ Veggie Burger)
2TBS Olive Oil
2TBS BBQ Sauce
2Hamburger Buns
1Thinly Sliced Onion
2Slices of Cheddar Cheese
1TBS Brown Sugar
1TSP Honey


  1. Heat Olive Oil in a large skillet over medium heat
  2. Add sliced onions, Salt, Pepper. cook until soft a translucent about 8 mins.
  3. Add Brown Sugar and Honey and cook for another 12 mins until caramelized. Be sure to stir frequently.
  4. Remove them from the pan and set aside.
  5. Lightly toast your buns,
  6. Cook 2 Earth Nut Veggie Burgers in a non-stick skillet for about two mins on each side.
  7. Place Earth Nut Veggie Burger onto the bottom of the bun
  8. Put 1 TBS of BBQ sauce on the Earth Nut Patty and add cheese
  9. Place caramelized onions on the top bun
  10. Add your choice of toppings.
  11. Enjoy Your BBQ Burger!

Earth Nut Veggie Breakfast Sandwich

Earth Nut Breakfast Muffins will help you start your day out right with a high protein, high fiber breakfast that will have you ready for the most Strenuous of days.


1/4Cup Scrambled Tofu
1Teaspoon Vegan Mayo for Taste
1English Muffin
1Slice of Tomato
2Leaves of Spinach
1Earthnut Breakfast Sausage Patty


  1. Cook the Scrambled Tofu and set aside
  2. Cook your Earth Nut Sausage Patty (cook 2 mins each side stovetop)
  3. Lightly Toast your English muffin
  4. Add Vegan mayo to one side of your Muffin.
  5. On one half of your muffin add 1 scoop of scrambled Tofu and place your Cooked Breakfast Patty on top
  6. Place Sliced Avocado, a slice of tomato, and spinach onto your muffin.
  7. Enjoy!

Earth Nut Veggie Tacos

Cook, Crumble, Top, Serve.

This Quick Easy Recipe will save you time without sacrificing flavor. Earth Nut Tacos are perfect for a family meal that everyone will enjoy


2Earth Nut Veggie Burgers
1Diced Tomato
4Soft Tortillas
1Shredded Red Cabbage
1Diced Avocado
1Diced Onion
1Cup Shredded Cheese


  1. Cook 2 Earth Nut Veggie Burgers in a non-stick skillet until heated About 2 minutes on each side,
  2. Crumble your Earth Nut Veggie Burger.
  3. Place Crumbled Earth Nut Veggie Burger into the Tortilla Shell and top with your desired toppings.
  4. Enjoy!

Earth Nut California Veggie Burger

Add Some Guacamole!

This Quick Easy Recipe will save you time without sacrificing on flavor. Earth Nut California Burgers are quick, easy, and packed with flavor.


2Earth Nut Burgers (We Recommend Hatch Chili Veggie Burger to add some heat)
2Hamburger Buns
Cup of Guacamole
1/2Leaves of Butter Lettuce
2Slices of Gouda Cheese
1Sliced Onion


  1. Cook 2 Earth Nut Burgers in a non-stick skillet for about two mins on each side then set aside.
  2. Lightly toast buns face down in the same skillet.
  3. Place your cooked Earth Nut Burger on the bottom bun.
  4. Smear guacamole on the top of your bun.
  5. Add Lettuce, onion, and cheese.
  6. Put it together and enjoy!

Earth Nut Bo Veggie Burger

Like eggs and extra protein on your Burger?

This Quick Easy Recipe will save you time without sacrificing flavor. Earth Nut Bo Burgers are quick, easy, and packed with flavor.


2 Earth Nut Burgers (We Recommend Original Flavor Veggie Burger)
2 Hamburger Buns
2 Eggs
1/2 1/4 inch Thick-Sliced Onion
2 Slices of Cheddar Cheese


  1. Cook 2 Earth Nut Burgers in a non-stick skillet for about two mins on each side then set aside.
  2. Add sliced onions to the same pan and cook until golden brown 2-3 mins on each side. Remove them from the pan and set aside.
  3. Cook eggs in the same skillet until they are no longer runny.
  4. Place Earth Nut Burgers on the 2 bottom buns.
  5. Top with egg, cooked onions, and cheese.
  6. Lightly mash your burger and place back in the pan for 1 min on each side.
  7. Enjoy your Bo Burger!