It’s a big bad vegan world out there. Ok not bad but full of great info. Use these recommendations to navigate it.
It’s a good idea to supplement with B-12 if you’re a vegan (we go over this in the video course). Here are some recommended supplements as well as protein powders if you want to up the protein content of any meal.
When you don’t want to make vegan food from scratch you have many options out there. From frozen to canned to refrigerated, your natural grocer, mainstream grocer and online source have foods for your vegan life. These are some favorites.
I love using the internet to find recipes but I REALLY love having a cookbook I can flip through. Here you’ll find some Plenty Vegan favorite cookbooks as well as resource books about veganism as it relates to health, the environment and the animals.
Along with so many vegan stereotypes, you might think that the only documentaries out there about veganism involve graphic depictions of factory farming. While these documentaries do exist and can be incredibly compelling, there are also less graphic documentaries that still convey the impact of eating meat and the benefits of a plant-based diet. Read the summaries and watch the trailers to find the ones that suit you most. Or, just watch them all!
Social media is such a great resource – for so many things, but especially if you eat vegan. Here you’ll be reminded of foods you can eat tonight for dinner or be inspired to try new recipes. It can also be helpful to engage in the vegan community – you’ll be able to have the support of other vegans even if you don’t have any in real life.
Similar to social media recommendations, website recommendations provide inspiration and community. There are also nutrition website recommendations if you are looking for more scientific information about the benefits of a vegan diet. You will also find resources for finding vegan restaurants and vegan communities in your geographic area.