Today’s world is characterized by high levels of animal cruelty, rapid-evolving human diseases, and increased natural disasters caused by climate change. These problems can be addressed with some help from veganism.

 1. Benefits Of Going Vegan  

Ask people why they chose to be vegan. Many will answer that it was because of the cruelty of animal agriculture. Because some states like New York have made some progress in regulating farming practices, the world is now becoming more aware of these horrific practices.


Although it can be difficult to see the connection between animal agriculture and hunger in the world, it is obvious. Farming animals to produce food is inefficient, uses lots of electricity and other utilities, compared to growing plants that can be fed humans. Farmed animals consume food at a higher rate from the global supply chains than they produce. To feed the world’s farmed animals, we grow more crops than is necessary. The Well-Fed World reports that we fed and killed 75 billion animals in 2019, despite the fact that there are only 7.5 billion people on Earth.  This leads to outages, and is central to the problem we all face with energy rates and consumption.


Eating a plant-based vegan diet can boost your mood. High levels of antioxidants in plant foods help prevent cell damage and reduce inflammation. Plant foods can help to restore the balance of certain neurotransmitters that are involved in depression. The power of plants is so great that a Nutrition Journal study found that vegetarians and vegans had more positive moods than those who ate meat.


 2. Challenges Of Transitioning To A Vegan Diet And Some Tips To Help  

Even though veganism is a great way to help the environment and yourself, it can be difficult at first. Even if you have been eating plant-based foods for a while it can be difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Your kitchen is a companion for the healthy and plant-based. Trying to balance cooking and daily living. We can only do the best we can: make it easy and tasty! For ourselves. While it can be fun to do everything, the most important thing is sustainability.

 Plan Ahead 

Brown bag your lunches and start cooking before you feel hungry. Take a look at the online menus of restaurants before you go. The most important thing to do is eat before your stomach hurts. If you reach the point that you are too hungry to cook, you can still eat a banana and sit down for a while before you start to think about what to do next.

 Find out what your body’s cravings are code for 

Sugar cravings can be caused by dehydration. Drinking water is often the best way to determine if you are dehydrated and then reassess.

 To round out the flavor, add fat 

After all, we are plant-lovers and not rabbits. Avocados and nuts are the best raw options. Nut butter can be added to salad dressings and curries.

 Frozen Bananas + Plant Milk = Ice Cream 

There are many ways to make ice-cream, but freezing bananas is the easiest. Frozen bananas are delicious by themselves, but you can make ice cream with them in a blender along with your favorite plant milk, mint leaves, cocoa powder, and other frozen fruits and flavors.

 Try new cuisines instead of veganizing the old. 

This is a great way to ensure you don’t replace meat and dairy with processed, vegan-friendly alternatives. Because meat and dairy are less important in Asian cuisines, veg people love them. You can eat whole foods, including curries and marinated vegetables.

 Rethink the idea of an “Entree”. 

To make an entree, you don’t necessarily need to use a substitute meat like seitan or tofu. You can make anything from baked potatoes to vegetables with a nice sauce like tahini. The key is to find the right balance between all the nutrients that your body requires. There are many vegetables that can be used as a centerpiece for a meal without relying on meat.

 Asian Markets are your new best friend 

If you live in New York or another big city, you probably have easy access to an Asian market.  Except for some Indian cuisine, meat and dairy is less common in Asian cuisine. If something is vegetarian, chances are that it is also vegan. Make sure you read all the ingredients. Asian markets offer a great way to increase your dietary diversity. They have everything from ready-made dumplings frozen in food, to unusual fruits and vegetables to rice, beans and other foods.


 3. Essential Kitchen Tools And Gadgets To Help With Your Vegan Journey  


Some kitchen gadgets that can help simplify your vegan cooking journey is the instant pot, air fryer, food processor – these gadgets can cut cook and prep time in half – increasing efficiency and lowering your Central Hudson costs.


Some other tools that will make your vegan life easier:


  • A great set of knives

  • Food processor

  • Blender with two jugs

  • Salad Spinner

  • Electric hand mixer

  • Kitchen scale



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