I’ll say it again and again. It’s easy being vegan! Follow my “making vegan easy” tips and soon you will say it too.
Tip #148: My favorite raw cookbook is Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen.
Try the Wakame Hemp Power Slaw.
Tip #148: Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World may not offer the healthiest recipes, but they sure taste good.
If you want vegan cupcakes, you can’t miss with this book.
Tip #149: Being vegan is fun.
Let’s move the world past the old stereotype of the “humorless vegan.” It’s fun living compassionately. Don’t let all the sad stuff get you down. Focus on the positive, so we can be good role models for the world.
Tip #150: If watching videos of animal cruelty makes you sad or depressed, don’t watch them.
This does not make anyone a bad vegan. Be grateful there are folks who can handle this work of undercover filming, however, so that this information gets out to the public. I watch these types of video occasionally–maybe once or twice a year as reminder of why I’m vegan. The rest of the year, I just enjoy living vegan. What’s your strategy? Share in the comments below.
Tip #151: Exchange your favorite recipes with friends.
Let’s start here with online recipes. Do you have a favorite recipe that’s online? Share it with us today. One of my favorite vegan recipes online is from veganyumyum. This blog is no longer updated but there are a wealth of good recipes here. I have been making this one for years.
Tip #152: Attend a veg festival this summer.
Meet new friends, listen to vegan speakers and, of course, EAT!
Tip #153: Save money by making food at home.
I found this website by The Gentle Chef that offers up a number of vegan cheese recipes. I know I will be trying some of these recipes over the next few months!