As a recent piece in The Guardian noted, some food choices (Vegan, Vegetarian) are not that earth friendly as ingredients loved by its practitioners often come from far away and in some cases (quinoa) become unaffordable for local populations because of the price inflation caused by demand abroad.
With that in mind, I looked at what is in season in March.
All vegetables (in Europe), they are green cabbage, cauliflower, leeks and the faddish kale.
In the US, blood oranges are in season.
The Eat Seasonably Wheel gives you a month by month guide to what's in season in the UK.
They suggest using some Green Cabbage to make a Bubble and Squeak for Breakfast.
Bubble and Squeak is an English term for turning leftover vegetables (often cabbage, brussel sprouts, cauliflower plus potatoes) into a dish.
Not familiar with Bubble and Squeak, here's Bubble And Squeak Soup Recipe from Restaurant Arras in Sydney which I originally shared in June 2010.
Vegetables, no waste for Green Day #243
Previously: Green Eyelashes Batting for Europe 'Eco Label'
(* Image of Bubble and Squeak cakes above from Bubble and Squeak Cakes recipe -Vegan Yum Yum, September 2008- by Lauren Ulm)