1: Its not that difficult, non-vegans stopped me from going Vegan for years because of the “Vitamin Deficiencies” and “health risks” I’d be exposed to. Since going Vegan however, I’m healthier than I ever was, don’t eat nearly as much processed food as I used to, eat fruit and veg daily and have discovered a world of great cruelty free meals! A recent blood test also revealed that I’m not deficient in any vitamins.
2: Telling people your Vegan opens you up to a lot of counter arguments from non-vegans about ethical sources of meat and dairy which really don’t exist, but you do you.
3: Its difficult on nights out because most fast food places cook their food in animal fat, but all that means is I eat properly before going out and feel much better the next day!
4: If you go Vegan be prepared to hear the same Vegan jokes from friends and family.
5: I’ll find myself visiting places I never would have gone before to try different foods and have found I’m a lot more adventurous with eating than I used to be.
6: I’ve thought myself how to cook and have learned just how great Vegan food can taste while also being extremely easy to make and also healthy.
7: Ingredients for a good Vegan meal can be bought very cheaply and I can live off a lot less money for the week than I used to.
8: The internet is a great source of information about going Vegan, so if you’re considering going Vegan the internet is a great place to start if you want free and easily accessible information about it.
1. Slice your bread into equal strips and set aside.
2. Combine the remaining ingredients in a wide bowl and whisk well.
3. Melt butter in a large pan. Quickly dip the toast slices into your batter. Do not soak! Then transfer the battered slices to your heated pan and fry each side until crust has formed (about 2 minutes on each side).
4. Once all slices have finished you can roll them into a sugar mixture (optional) and serve with maple syrup. Enjoy!
I recently made some really really really good mac & cheese. I used a lot of cheese so it was amazing. I didn’t really do anything special, I cooked the noodles (I like mine very al dente) and poured them in the casserole dish and added the cheese. I used Daiya - A bag of cheddar, the container of cream cheese, 2 slices of swiss, and 2 slices of provolone, very cheesy. Then I baked it for a while. I’ve gotten tons of meals out of it and still have some in the fridge.
Some spring rolls w/ tofu and sweet and sour sauce for my lunch today 🍴 while I also added blackberries and a cut up granola bar as a snack.
I will finally get to meet my new tutor today so I’m a little exited 😄. I won’t have much to talk to him about as I finished my math test today.
Comfort (n)ice cream bowl 🤗 Cookie dough base with salted PB and all the usual toppings. Tough week calls for a super delicious breakfast ☀️ Counting my blessings and thankful for sunny days, my mum, awesome friends and random messages ☺️