I had my last piece of meat in November 2013 and haven’t looked back since. I’m not going to pretend the transition was easy; the November 2013 transition was actually my second and more thought out attempt. There might be a quicker, cold turkey approach to stop eating meat, and
I had my last piece of meat in November 2013; it was a Fillet-O-Fish from McDonald’s. It probably wasn’t the best “last meal” but it was still pretty good either way. Since then, I’ve tried a lot of meat-less recipes, meat alternatives and other plant-based foods; some were delicious, others
Nutella has been a staple in my diet for as long as I can remember. Those “chocolate sandwiches” kept my taste buds satisfied for a big chunk of my life. Giving up animal products is the only reason I ditched Nutella, not the ridiculously high sugar content, lack of nutrients
I recently bought a food processor and started experimenting with homemade nut butters. Since I grew up on Nutella, I decided to try and make a chocolate-hazelnut butter. Unfortunately, I accidentally bought raw instead of roasted hazelnuts. Nut butters (peanut butter, almond butter…) are made from roasted, not raw nuts.
Waffles are a popular breakfast food, but unfortunately, healthy vegans have two main problems with them: 1) they are usually unhealthy, and 2) are typically made from off-limit animal products, specifically: eggs and milk. After a few trial batches, I’ve finally settled on a healthy, vegan and simple recipe that’s