Campaigners want Brighton and Hove City Council to ensure children have at least two plant-based days a week in a bid to tackle climate change.
What are they going to do, stand over them and force them to eat it? What is it, anyway?
Plant-based dishes include breakfast tofu scramble, cauliflower rice bowl with black beans and zucchini chips, according to everydayhealth.com.
Oh, yeah, they'll just wolf that down...
A petition to the council calling for the scheme was created by Alison Plaumer and has now been signed by...
Ah, some meat in this story at last!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha! Oh, well, it doesn't end until the 13th June, let's see if they can get into treble figures.
The petition reads: “We also request that all council run events be plant based, post pandemic, plus any other council run establishments, for example day centres, in order to reduce food emissions.”
Yeah, I can see that happening. There's things even Brightonians won't swallow...