For one college, dining is always vegetarian—never boring Courtesy of Washington Adventist University

For one college, dining is always vegetarian—never boring

For religious reasons, Washington Adventist University’s menus never include meat, but the chef and director make sure the selections are flavorful and the meals are meaningful.

Most of the 1,200 students at Washington Adventist University (WAU) in Takoma Park, Md, follow the Seventh-Day Adventist Church’s cultural tradition of not consuming meat, poultry, fish or caffeine. So the school’s foodservice provider, Aladdin, part of Elior North America, provides an all-vegetarian menu that supports the church’s lifestyle.

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