Once deemed radical and unhealthy, the world has caught on to its benefits and is trending toward veganism. More and more people from all walks of life, be they students, celebrities, athletes or whole families, are switching to a plant-based diet. People are eating consciously. They are becoming vegan.
Altering your diet to reflect a vegan diet requires a little preparation, but not too much. Having several vegan recipe books on hand, like the new release Vegan On The Go, will make your transition easier, smoother, and enjoyable.
Vegan On The Go
Lunch is one of those meals we seem to grab on the fly. And if you’re a vegan, it can be a challenge to find animal-free meals. Vegan On The Go will help you create over 100 nutritious, fast, simple, easy, and affordable recipes to support your dietary lifestyle choices. Although more restaurants are now offering plant-based options, it’s still more economical to prepare your own meals and take them to work.
Vegan On The Go starts you off with plant-based pantry basics and tips on how to pack your meals airtight with various types of containers. There’s also an idea page that offers meal suggestions for six different types of restaurants so you can still go out with your friend, but be true to your diet.
The book is divided into 5 sections, Snacks & Small Bites, Soups & Salads, Sandwiches, Wraps & Rolls, Satisfying Mains, and Something Sweet.
One of the biggest concerns is that you’ll be living off salads and having to give up your favorite foods. That simply is not true. You’ll be surprised once you crack open this yummy vegan cookbook, just how many family favorite recipes are offered. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the recipes you can make and enjoy with your family.
In the Snacks & Small Bites section, you can enjoy creating guacamole, hummus, and broccoli cakes. Under Soups & Salads, you can make Grandma’s Pearl Barley Soup, Spicy Quinoa Chili, Macaroni Cheese Salad, and a variety of homemade dressings and dips.
Sandwiches, Wraps, and Rolls will have you making Sweet Potato Burgers, Vegetable Wraps, Rice and Bean Burritos, Homemade Hotdogs and your own pate’s and spreads. Satisfying Mains is filled with hearty meals like Stuffed Polenta, Sweetcorn Frittatas, Fried Rice with Pineapple & Cashew and Chia & Almond Pizza. Of course, we can’t forget the desserts. Something Sweet has recipes for quick, creamy desserts, cakes, and pastries. Baklava and Cinnamon Swirls anyone?
Each recipe has a mouth-watering image and shares prep time and how many portions each makes. Whether you’re vegan or not, Vegan On The Go offered a huge variety of healthy lunch ideas. They’re quick, simple, easy and you’re family can still enjoy their favorite dishes, but with a plant-ingredient twist.
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