I just transitioned vegetarian to vegan and need recipes!

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Re: I just transitioned vegetarian to vegan and need recipes!

Post by mandalee519 » 18 Jan 2018, 17:58

If you have a sweet tooth like I do, try buying some vegan rye bread, spreading almond butter on top, layering up some sliced bananas, and sprinkling hemp seeds and agave nectar on top! Super simple and extremely delicious!!

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Post by Cate winslet » 08 Mar 2018, 11:04

just use cereals... they serve the same as meat... greens are boring at times...

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Post by cozark38 » 08 Mar 2018, 16:55

I nannied for 2 little boys at one time who were vegetarian. My niece is pescatarian as well. She would like to be totally vegan, but for health reasons cannot. I am not but have eaten the diet and learned some great recipes or ways to cook certain things. I am curious about the choice to switch to this diet as I have seen asked here before. My concern is the lack of certain nutrients that your body needs. I have no problem with either, I am just curious I know for some it is religious, some for love of animals, and some just believe it is healthier. I just like to understand why. I know a killer lasagna recipe, well, it tastes great. :) Scott, love the idea of a recipe spot. I hope meat eaters that at times eat vegetarian or vegan can join.

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