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”?
Out of the many hurdles of starting a plant-based diet, coming up with easy, tasty recipes and a nutritionally sound meal plan for every day is one of the main ones. Few people know which foods to choose for a well-rounded meal and are almost intimidated to get into plant based meal planning.
It seems the world is obsessed with protein. People drink protein shakes before their workout. Body builders chow down on chicken, tuna, and eggs in order to get desired results. Plant-based eaters are constantly asked where they get their protein, and nearly every processed health snack references protein value as a reason to buy.
The internet has made a lot of things more awesome than they were before. We’re now able to order wonderful items from all around the world in just a few clicks, stay in touch with family from across the country, and look up any burning questions we might have within a few minutes. But it has also brought along quite some confusion since everyone is free to just state their opinion online. That’s probably why we sometimes get questions like “Yeah, but do vegans eat eggs?”Read More