Vegan Diet: Vegan Cookbook For Busy People by Mellissa Beacon

Vegan Cookbook For Busy People

Vegan diet: vegan cookbook for busy people

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Many people choose to become vegan as a way of accepting responsibility for their own personal health as well as for the well-being of animals and the environment and to promote a more humane and caring world. Many vegans believe they have an obligation to try to do their best in this world even if others don’t have the same point of view.

Those that think going vegan consists of eating only fruits, vegetables and soybean will be surprised at just how appealing vegan food can be.


Most of the time people say that Vegans don’t get enough protein in their diet and are therefore deficient, you will soon learn that the opposite is true with these  recipes.
This Cookbook contains  Original Vegan Breakfast Meals that would make you drool just by reading them out. Following these recipes, everyone would easily want to become a Vegan!

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Genre: COOKING / General

Secondary Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / General

Language: English

Keywords: Vegan Diet, vegetarian diet, vegan recipes, detox, weight loss, ketogenic diet, low carb recipes

Word Count: 5595

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Sample text:

So how do vegans fit into to a modern society that is primarily meat based? And why do some folks react so negatively, at times almost militantly, when you say you are vegan? Maybe it’s that since the dawn of TV, mass media has taught us that meat and milk are good for us. Meat is manly. Meat is expected at every dinner. Most of actually believe that cow’s milk is necessary for human bone growth! When the majority of folks (who have never met a vegan before), meet you, they may have preconceived notions that veganism is silly, impossible, unhealthy, a sure fire way to get rickets, and who knows what else?

 

To defend yourself while informing gently and positively so that there’s a possibility that your words will penetrate, try to educate yourself first about the many misconceptions surrounding veganism and be a confident advocate.

 

Vegan Vs. Vegetarian

For those of you that are not familiar with the meaning of the terms vegan and vegetarian, here’s a quick rundown:

 

Vegan means a diet in which no animal products are used. No meat, milk, eggs, fish, seafood, or honey. Most vegans carry this philosophy into all areas of their life, foregoing leather shoes, wool sweaters, beeswax products and any items sold that were tested on animals (like make-up and body care products).

 

Vegetarian covers a diet that excludes any food that results from the death of an animal. So no beef, pork, chicken, seafood, etc., but eggs, dairy, and wool are acceptable.


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