It can feel like everyone is on the lookout for a way to go vegan, and there are a few things you can do to make it happen.
Whether you’re looking for something new, experimenting with your own cooking style, or just want to try something new you can start by learning a few basic vegan recipes.1.
Find the right plant-based substitute for meat and dairy2.
Choose a plant-friendly recipe3.
Experiment with vegan alternatives4.
If you’re not familiar with plant-foods, it’s important to be aware that many plant-related products are actually animal-based, which means they’re not 100% safe for eating.
For example, coconut oil, soy oil, palm oil, and sunflower oil are all considered animal-derived ingredients.
If you’re new to plant-powered cooking, you may be unsure how to prepare your recipes without the help of a vegan substitute.
Here are some things you should know before trying a plant based recipe:1.
The ingredient list for many plant foods is actually very simple.
For instance, most fruits and vegetables contain just a handful of ingredients, including vitamins and minerals, while grains contain just some.
For some plant-centric recipes, you might be asked to use less than 1/3 of the ingredients you’d normally use, which can be confusing.2.
You’ll need to find a plant source that’s both animal-free and vegan-friendly.
A plant-focused cookbook, such as Food Babe, can help you find and buy vegan-free options.3.
Choose recipes that have a lot of plant-infused flavor, and be sure to use only plant-derived products.
A good vegan-derived recipe can add a nice balance of plant flavor without being too overpowering.4.
For the most part, vegan-based cooking is a lot easier when it’s done right.
For a good starting point, here are some easy vegan recipes to get you started.1: Roasted chickpeas with avocado and pine nuts (vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free)2: Vegan roasted sweet potato with spinach, black beans, and red onion (vegans, gluten free, dairy free)3: Vegan black bean soup with avocado, spinach, sweet potatoes, and sweet potato chips (vegetarian, vegan, gluten Free)4: Vegan cauliflower curry with green beans, roasted chickpea, and coconut (veggie, gluten FREE, dairy Free)5: Vegan tofu-and-peas stuffed potato with avocado (veggies, vegan)6: Vegan sweet potato and chickpeanut curry with chickpeans, soy, and black beans (vegg, gluten and soy free, vegan and gluten free)7: Vegan soy-and toasted coconut curry with avocado or soy milk (veg)8: Vegan chicken curry with coconut, sweet potato, avocado, and avocado sauce (veterans, gluten, soy and soy Free)9: Vegan eggplant and vegan chicken curry (vegh)10: Vegan vegan sweet potato curry (coconut, soy Free, glutenFree)11: Vegan rice-and chicken curry-cauliflower curry (Vegan, vegan gluten Free, vegan dairy Free, soyFree)12: Vegan green bean-pea and green bean casserole (vegas, vegan food, vegan flourFree, vegan soyFree, gluten)13: Vegan chickpean-soy chicken curry recipe (vega, vegan Food Babe)14: Vegan veggie and vegan avocado salad (vegl)15: Vegan avocado and tofu-bean curry (dairy-free food, soy free)16: Vegan coconut-and coconut chicken curry dish (dietary, vegan free, glutenfree)17: Vegan pumpkin-and pumpkin curry (paleo, glutenFREE)18: Vegan quinoa and avocado soup (veig, gluten & soyFree & vegan, vegetarian)19: Vegan vegetable and vegan eggplant curry recipe with kale and tofu (vego, veganFood Babe, gluten–free)20: Vegan almond-and quinoa curry (Gluten-free & vegan)21: Vegan hummus and quinoa with lentils (vegs)22: Vegan vegetarian chickpease (vege)23: Vegan arugula and avocado salad with chickPeas, Avocados, & PeppersVegan Vegan Avocado Avocado-Cauliflower Cabbage Curry Vegan Chickpeas & Peas Vegan Green Bean & Pea Curry Vegan Vegan Pumpkin & Pumpkin Soup Vegan Quinoa & Avocado Soup Vegan Chick-Pea-Soup Vegan Vegan Peanut-Oat Curry Vegan Pinto-Oats & Garlic Cauliflower Curry Vegan Black Bean & Quinoa Curry Vegan Sweet Potato & Chickpea Curry veganVegan Black Bean Curry Vegan Lentil & Quince Curry Vegan Pumpkin-Mung Bean Curry veganVeg-