When you’re starting out on a plant-based diet, you’re looking for change. Some of us want to reduce the harm that’s done to animals, others care about preserving nature… but for most, feeling better in their bodies is what they are craving most.
When most of us first go vegan, we kind of just eat whatever plant-based foods we have on hand and consider tasty. Not much thought is wasted on meeting all of our nutritional needs because we didn’t grow up worrying about this. But with all of the media attention veganism has been getting lately, more and more people are getting discouraged from trying to cut out animal products.
Out of all the reasons why most people experience that they cannot stick to a healthy plant-based diet is that they have no clue what to prepare when they have only a couple of minutes to whip up a snack or lunch, mind you coming home from work too tired to cook an elaborate meal. If you, too, feel like you have no time and need a bunch of quick and simple vegan recipes in your repertoire, then this article will be a true savior!
It’s finally here! One of the most controversial topics we have mentioned and been asked about now needs to be taken a good look at: As most plant-based experts, we also suggest that you cut out free oils from your diet (that's why you'll find something like "oil-free" in the headlines of our recipes).
One of the most common notions people have when thinking of a vegan diet is eating lettuce and large blogs of plain tofu. Doesn’t sound really enticing and luckily also doesn’t represent plant-based eating in the slightest. Along with this naive, yet funny, picture that might come to the uneducated mind is the health concern surrounding tofu & co. With this article, we want to answer questions like “Is soy bad for you” and “Do you have to eat tofu as a vegan”?
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