November is World Vegan Month to recognize the growing vegan community who champion plant-based diets for health, for animal welfare and to help save the environment.
To those considering a switch, you can try these simple recipes, from breakfast to dinner.
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The health crisis has brought needed attention to our body’s immune system. One of the preventive measures we can do to block viruses is to eat lots of fruits rich in vitamin C.
Start your day with this simple smoothie bowl.
For lunch, this tasty vegan carbonara without bacon and made of zucchini noodles (some people call them zoodles) can replace carbs. Here’s a comprehensive guide to make zucchini noodles.
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This quick and delicious recipe (you literally only need to chop, boil and season) is perfect for an afternoon snack in the middle of work.
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We usually use rice noodles for pad thai, but for dinner, let’s try this tomato-based chili recipe on our noodles. They look and taste so good you wouldn’t think you could cook them in under 20 minutes.
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End the day with this dairy-free and gluten-free cake which is ridiculously easy to make. All you have to do is to combine the ingredients in a blender, press the dough in the pan, and cool it in the fridge.
Still can’t let go of meat? Maybe this list of plant-based food swaps can get you started.
And if you’re interested in cooking more vegan dishes, our list of vegan and vegetarian cookbooks can be good sources for more recipes.