Have you thought about joining any "against animal cruelty" groups?
I have :) There are a few groups in Gothenburg i might join, there is one that weekly has protests/demonstrations against fur but also whenever their are circuses in town. So i might get around to joining them :)
If you could list three things that are the best about being vegan, what would they be?
And three worst things (if there are any)?
2) Knowing i am making a difference even if its a small difference. As well as being able to inspire others to want to eat more plant based or to turn vegan!
3) When you click with people just because you are both vegan, hahahah!
1) When you go to a restaurant and there is no vegan option so you get sallad, or at times i feel like an "Inconvenience" because either i bring my own food or because the restaurant/cafe had no vegan options so we dont go there.
2) When people try to tell me that veganism is unhealthy and that it wont make a difference anyway.
3) The fact that being aware of the animal cruelty and abuse and not being able to do anything against it apart from actively not contribute to it, but so badly wanting to do more.
What is your favourite food now you are eating plant based all the time?
So many, hahahah!! I love my lentil and vegetable soup, i love potates, i love vegan tacos, i love roast vegetables!! I love all the food i eat and dont feel restricted at all. If there is any food i crave i know i can eat it and make it or veganize a dish i might crave!!
What are your favourite vegan instagram accounts?? I'm always looking for new food/lifestyle ideas :)
A post about what are your favourite vegan foods would be nice along with some more simple recipes? Also have you discovered any "new foods" since becoming vegan?
New foods i have discovered..... oat cream and oat sauces and vegan cheese. I rarely used cream or made cream sauces because it caused too much stomach pain and also i didnt like normal cheese, but now i love the vegan options!! Many people ask me whether vegan cheese or oat cream are like normal cheese and cream and the answer is no... they dont taste like the real thing, but considering that i didnt like the "original" versions and rarely ate them i cant really say which is better (the vegan ones are though ;)!)
I also find that i am eating more varied mostly because i have to so that i get all the nutrients and vitamins i need but also because it is more fun. Things like vegan pasta dishes, vegan lasagna, vegan garlic bread and baguettes filled with jackfruit mix and sweet potatoe/lentil tacos, spring rolls, wraps, sushi etc
I have also tried seitan (which is basically wheat gluten) and i love it!! Its a great vegan alternative!
If you have any more comments its just to leave them below, or if you want to share your opinion or anything :)