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(WFLA)  What's for lunch? In Florida's Sarasota County Schools kids are getting vegetarian dishes every Monday. 

The district teamed up with local chefs to create a variety of dishes. Kids will get a chance to vote and if 70 percent of them like the dish, it will stay on the menu.

Some of the dishes will include hummus and veggie subs, veggie pasta, spaghetti marinara, and fiesta taco salads.

"She enjoys the vegetables and fruit, so I think it's a good healthy alternative," said Michael Brown, father of an elementary school student.

Read more at WFLA.
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