Vegans eat anything and everything except for products that have animal products, byproducts, been tested on animals or have used the labor or animals.
More Than 150 Billion Animals Slaughtered Every Year
Rice, beans, chickpeas, quinoa, lentils, nuts, fruits, veggies and more!!!
Now is a great time to go vegan because theres so many new products like almond milk, plant-based "meats" and more.
THERE IS A REPLACEMENT FOR EVERYTHING.
Meat, Pork, Chicken – Beans, lentils, mushrooms, organic tofu, tempeh, seitan brand, beyond meat brand, Field Roast brand
Eggs – Organic firm tofu with turmeric, 'vegan eggs' from Follow Your Heart
Sweets – Maple syrup, coconut sugar, dates, agave nectar
Milk – nut milks (almond, soy, oat, rice, hemp, cashew)
Cheese – Dairy-free cheese Daiya
Ice-cream- so-delicious brand
Usually its hard to find the vegan stuff because once again the food corporations have all the money so they buy all the shelf space and they pay the grocery stores to hide the vegan stuff.
So if u try to find vegan hamburgers, they are not with the real meat. You will have to spend some time in the grocery and ask someone that works there where it all is.
The plant-based meat is usually in the produce section or someone near the frozen section. The packaging looks like real meat so you have to look for the "V"!!!
You can usually find something on the menu to veganize at restaurants. Just take the meat/chicken on (add tofu if they have it) and tell them no cheese. If they don't have anything then go to the sides section and order a bunch of sides.
Indian restaurants, mexican restaurants, hibachi places... and any other culture has great options that are easily made vegan. Going to american restaurants like long horn, red lobster, apple bees are a little harder to find or make vegan options.
In need of a quick meal?
Chipotle has sofritas which taste like meat so we usually get a sofrita bowl with beans, rice, veggies and everything except sour cream and cheese.
Taco bell is great for vegan options, just replace meat with beans and tell them "fresco" it means no cheese.
We are Vegetacouple! After opening our eyes and learning about what we were putting into our bodies, we had to make a change.
It's important to look at the process and not only the final product on the plate.
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