Veganism is on the rise all over the world. Have you recently become vegan? Interested in becoming vegan in the near future? Here are some of the most common questions asked by those who are new to veganism.
Whether you’re new to veganism or you’ve been a vegan for many years, the holidays can be challenging. Your family and friends may still pressure you or question you copiously. But fret not. We have a game plan for you so you can stick to your convictions while maintaining your sanity this holiday season.
Vegetarians and those who enjoy plant-based diets often believe that their food choices align with their ethical convictions, but this is often not the case. Animals that are used for products other than meat are still harmed. And consumption of those animal products take up more resources to produce, making them less sustainable.
When it comes to veganizing your kitchen, remember that you don’t need all of the latest gadgets and wares. All you need are the essentials, including pantry basics, snacks, baking necessities, spices, oils, vinegars, refrigerator items, freezer items, and kitchenware.
If you’re vegan, or thinking about going vegan, and you’re dating an omnivore, here are a few tips to make your life easier. Our first tip is to do the grocery shopping. If you’re trying vegan recipes for the first time, you’ll want to go grocery shopping yourself, even if your partner also goes shopping. They will not want to look for your tofu or nutritional yeast, and these items may be hard to find in a grocery store. Don’t potentially aggravate your partner concerning your new lifestyle by asking them to pick up new-to-them items.