A Healthy Living Guide to Veganism

Updated on: September 22nd, 2020

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All About Veganism

Vegan Recipes on a Budget

Vegetable Dishes

Desserts

  • Vegan Seven-Layer Dessert Lasagna: This recipe is called “complete heaven,” and its pillowy layers do not disappoint. Peanut butter, chocolate, and caramel combine in a power trio.
  • Vegan Vanilla Ice Cream: You don’t have to give up ice cream to go vegan! This coconut milk ice cream is a great summer treat.
  • The Best Vegan Chocolate Cake: This rich, moist cake is topped with whipped vegan buttercream.
  • Vegan Mocha Cheesecake Bites: Coffee, chocolate, and cheesecake combine into a decadent cupcake-sized bite. The lack of processed sugar makes this a healthy dessert as well.

Pasta

Tofu/Tempeh/Seitan

Soups

Vegan Ingredient Replacement Ideas and Measurements

Vegan Clubs and Organizations

  • North American Vegetarian Society: NAVS is a nonprofit focused on supporting vegetarians and vegans and informing the public about the health benefits of plant-based diets.
  • Vegan Action: This nonprofit is one of the world’s oldest vegan advocacy groups.
  • Mercy for Animals: Mercy for Animals aims to increase compassion toward animals and end animal cruelty.
  • PETA: PETA exposes animals suffering in laboratories, in the food industry, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment industry.
  • Vegan Outreach: Vegan Outreach is a 501 nonprofit organization, working to end violence towards animals.
  • Jewish Veg: This organization’s mission statement says “We inspire and assist Jews to embrace plant-based diets as an expression of Jewish values”.
  • “Wildman” Steve Brill: Steve Brill teaches people the value of common, overlooked, renewable wild edible and medicinal plants and mushrooms that people often destroy as “weeds.”

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