Sweet Potato Tofu Curry |Vegan — (Reblog)

I am definitely not the best at cooking curry dishes but I love to experiment and create a delicious curry dish using simple ingredients and without having to spend hours in the kitchen. If you also want to make a delicious dish with pantry friendly ingredients continue reading through this recipe because it’s simply great. […]

Sweet Potato Tofu Curry |Vegan —

The Musette: Quick Vegan Lasagne — View from the Back (Reblog)

Hands up who doesn’t love lasagne? Exactly! However, homemade lasagne can be a relatively quick affai. If like me you keep stuff pre-prepared in the freezer and/or pantry, this is more of an assembly job. Some years ago I shared with you my vegan lasagne dish, this is a shortcut and it’s just as delicious. […]

The Musette: Quick Vegan Lasagne — View from the Back

Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland (Reblog)

It’s been a gradual process but it’s almost three years now since I turned to vegetarianism and could never imagine turning back. In recent times, the move along the continuum has been edging ever closer to veganism. It’s largely about my love of animals but also about feeling so much better on this diet that […]

Vegetarian towards Vegan — SOCIAL BRIDGE ~ Jean Tubridy connecting with you from Ireland

Why I Became a Vegetarian — Nourish (Reblog)

Deciding to become a vegetarian 25 years ago was an impulse decision that I have never regretted making. I didn’t like the way eating meat made me feel, nor did I like the slaughtering of animals. And so one day, while separating the raw chicken breasts in a value pack into smaller portions, I stopped and thought about what I was holding in my hands and asked myself if this, if eating meat, was really something I felt good about. My wife didn’t need any convincing and just like that, we became vegetarians. We’ve never looked back, and year by year, as the research on the benefits of living a vegetarian lifestyle increase, I feel proud of the choice that we made.

Why I Became a Vegetarian — Nourish

Should I blame my vegan diet for my broken wrists? — Borden’s Blather (Reblog)

A new research study was just published that suggests that vegans are more prone to bone fractures as compared to people who eat fish or meat. The study was based on data from nearly 55,000 people – of which nearly 2,000 were vegans – and found those not eating meat or fish were 43% more […]

Should I blame my vegan diet for my broken wrists? — Borden’s Blather

PLANT-BASED MILK – WORTH THE SWITCH? — (Reblog)

Some of you might see that words “plant-based milk” and balk, and believe me, I get it! I used to be the person that said “milk from a plant? You can’t be serious?”. It just seemed weird and not right. Milk comes from cows….end of story. But, the fact is, there are many alternatives to […]

PLANT-BASED MILK – WORTH THE SWITCH? —

*The Keto diet is also the ‘in thing’ right now, but what is it? And how can you practically make the switch?

Vegan Lemon Blueberry Meringue Tart — The Gastronomy Gal (Reblog)

This tangy and beautiful, lemon and blueberry meringue tart is completely vegan, but it tastes exactly like the real deal! I am extremely thrilled to share this vegan lemon blueberry meringue tart that tastes exactly like traditional lemon meringue pie with added blueberry flavor! This beautiful tart has a thick lemon and blueberry curd filling […]

Vegan Lemon Blueberry Meringue Tart — The Gastronomy Gal

*A vegan diet can help with weight loss.

An Ultimate Vegan Dish — beautifulpeopleinc.com (Reblog)

It can be an ultimate vegan dish, without the shrimp paste. It’s a favorite dish in Bicol, a daily staple in most households being a very much affordable dish. Try our spicy and creamy Laing – dried shredded taro leaves in coconut milk!

An Ultimate Vegan Dish — beautifulpeopleinc.com

*A vegan diet can help with weight loss.