Is being a vegan the key to good health? Thanks to research studies, we’re starting to understand how natural foods interact with our gut bacteria and improve our overall well-being. Learn how this happens and what to include in your diet.
Vegans are sometimes characterized as having a sense of superiority over non-vegans. This isn’t entirely true, but some of us vegans are just begging to be labeled. So, what do you do over holidays especially where meat is mostly the main dish? Here are some simple guidelines to follow inorder to survive a non-vegetarian holiday event such as this Easter weekend.
What you eat and how matters to the environment. The food supply chain contributes more than 25% of greenhouse gas emissions globally. So how do you reduce your impact on the environment in your home? Here are simple tips to start trimming your carbon footprint in the pantry.
While a vegan diet may offer some health benefits, vegan enthusiasts need to ensure they are getting sufficient vitamins and nutrients from a purely plant-based diet – and the most important one vegans often lack is Vitamin B12.
There’s nothing better than some crunchy tortilla chips served alongside fresh guacamole, except when they are turned into a delicious salad. This light and refreshing salad mimics the taste of your favorite Taco Tuesday treat but is hearty enough to eat as a meal.
The festive season is an excellent opportunity to go green in every way, including what you put on the dinner table. In support of a vegan lifestyle, we’ve gathered a few ideas for a vegan-friendly Christmas from foodies around the world.