Vegan breakfasts; scary, right? No sausages, eggs, or bacon. And you’re wondering where you’ll get your protein if it’s not from meat or dairy, aren’t you?
This Avocado Guacamole recipe is super quick. You can customize the spice level according to your taste. If you like the taste of fresh onion, chop up an onion and add to it.
This recipe is a fudgy brownie recipe. It is hard to believe that a brownie can be fudgy without eggs, traditional butter, and dairy but trust me, the final result would blow your mind!
Quinoa is a staple food in the vegan kitchen. Its health value is immense. People who cannot handle gluten can rely on quinoa. The grain is very high in fiber that helps to fight constipation and helps to digest food faster. Quinoa is usually red or white. This recipe is using both colors, but if you have only one kind in your pantry, you can use only one type of lentil in this recipe too.
This cdish is unique. The flavors of lentil, zucchini, cauliflower, tomato, and herbs complement each other well.
Smoothie bowls are a nutritious dish for breakfast. It is so high in nutrition that one can have it asa brunch too. I used coconut milk as a base.
You can use cashew milk, almond milk, or soy milk too. Coconut milk is a great source of protein. It can reduce our body fat and contribute to building our muscles. It can relieve constipation and helps in our digestion.
It’s without a doubt that a vegan diet can be beneficial for your health and wellbeing.
However, a vegan diet can be low in some vital nutrients that the body needs, hence the need to supplement
Vegans are bombarded with so many questions about where they get their protein.
There are a lot of sources to get protein from, without resorting to animal meat or products derived from animals. And don’t ever think vegans don’t experience all the fun and flavor in their food, especially their protein