Are you having a thought of turning into a vegetarian? Are you interested in knowing more about the vegetarian diet? Are you looking for an easy diet plan to adopt, which will enhance your health, help you be more happier and lose more weight? Are you already a vegetarian who wants some additional information on the vegetarian diet?
Vegan Bulgarian Recipes to Keep Body and Soul Healthycontains well known and loved Bulgarian vegan salads, soups, main dishes and desserts. You will learn how to prepare the famous Monastery Style Bean Soup, Lentil Soup, Stuffed Red Bell Peppers with Beans or Stuffed Grapevine Leaves, and many other mouthwatering casseroles like Leek Stew, Green Pea Stew, Rice with Leeks and Olives, Zucchinis with Rice. They are all easy to prepare, tasty and will help you increase your daily intake of vegetables, herbs and vitamins.
If you are ready to take action and change your life for the better, this book will definitely guide you in the right direction!
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A common question that people ask when trying to transition into vegan living is “Where do vegans get their proteins from?”
This question is an essential one especially since vegans do not eat animal proteins.
What most people don’t know however is that there are a lot of other rich sources of proteins that are not animal-based.
When you become a vegan, you would be able to get your proteins from the following sources:
Brussels sprouts, peanut butter, pistachios, lentils, cauliflower, almonds, edamame, seitan, kidney beans, quinoa, chicken peas, soy milk, kale, oatmeal, breakfast cereal, bulghur, adzuki beans, tahini, peanuts, walnuts, almond butter, pinto beans, bean sprouts, tofu, pasta, whole wheat bread, veggie burgers, sunflower seeds, flax, avocados, cashews, peas, black beans, chia, broccoli, tempeh, vegan ice cream, hemp seeds, almond milk, brown rice, veggie dogs.
The other thing you might have is; does going vegan means you have to forego every taste of animal-based foods like beef, chicken, fish, eggs, and other common non-vegan ingredients? Well, you don't have to; you can substitute many of the ingredients not allowed on the vegan diet.
Already translated. Translated by Marcelo Paz