Every vegan needs hummus so it’s important you can put it together within 5 minutes. So here is a very quick and easy hummus recipe.
It’s a stupid question really. It tastes amazing and is full of protein. But also, hummus includes a healthy dose of iron, folate, phosphorus and B vitamins. We don’t get enough of these micronutrients in a vegan diet so hummus is a great top up.
Vegan cooking can be daunting at first. Here are 18 vegan essentials that will help you master those vegan recipes.
As I mentioned in my first post on this blog, one of the best things for me about going vegan is it forces you to cook better. There are thousands of vegan recipes out there to be tried. You won’t get far though unless your cupboard is well stocked.
I discuss some of the odd social situations I have encountered as a vegan man and share some advice to those that are new to the lifestyle.
Social events as a vegan can be tough sometimes. When you are out with your mates it’s most likely that you grab something to eat and suddenly your veganism is brought to light. You get asked a lot of questions, your masculinity challenged and the odd sly remark. Once, a person waved a chicken thigh in my face shouting ‘but it tastes so good!’.
A Look at the most common vegan stereotypes and misconceptions.
‘I hate vegans!’
Vegans are often associated with many stereotypes and misconceptions. Some are true, some weird, some ridiculous and some are just funny.
Vegans often get a bad rep among society. We’re often seen as awkward, difficult, pushy, preachy and unwashed. I know this because I used to think the same things as a non-vegan for 27 years. I used to hate the idea of vegans.
For those vegans that don’t fit the stereotypes, it can be difficult to be taken seriously by people. So, below I have listed out my top 11 vegan stereotypes and misconceptions in a bid to set the record straight.