YouTube Channel: The Vegan Cyclist
We all, most likely, know someone who has chosen to go Vegan or is thinking about it. Hey, maybe it’s even crossed your mind. While it’s not for everyone, maintaining a Vegan lifestyle requires more discipline and attention to the foods you consume, in addition to having a healthy amount of exercise. For some, it has proven to provide excellent physical, as well as mental results. Check out these cookbooks and guides all about the Vegan life.
1. Easy Vegan by Sue Quinn
140 easy dishes that take the stress out of preparing a delicious, as well as healthy, meal.
2. Living Vegan for Dummies by Alexandra Jamieson, CHHC, AADP
The guides of all guides. The ‘For Dummies’ books have continued to pop up for years and, most likely, will keep doing so. Living Vegan for Dummies is a great book to read for those who are considering adapting to the lifestyle or those that have already committed to it and aren’t the most familiar with the ins and outs yet.
3. Becoming Vegan, Express Edition: The Everyday Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition by Brenda Davis, R.D. and Vesanto Melina, M.S, R.D.
This guide primarily focuses on the role that various plants play in the Vegan lifestyle.
4. Vegan Slow Cooker for Beginners: Essentials To Get Started by Rockridge Press
No need to fret about how to create an enjoyable meal that you and your friends both like. Just pop open this cookbook and any dish you set your sights on will satisfy.
5. How to Be Vegan by Elizabeth Castoria
The do’s and do not’s of Veganism to the very tiniest details. Perfect for those just starting out.
6. Eat Like You Give A Damn by Michelle Schwegmann and Josh Hooten
We all could eat a little better every now and then and find ways to implement healthier options and sides into our diets. We all should care about what we’re allowing our bodies to consume because it affects our energy and mindset for the day. Ethical Veganism describes those who have eliminated the use of all animal products, not just for food, from their daily lives.
7. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Vegan Eating for Kids by Dana Villamagna, M.S.J., and Andrew Villamagna M.D., M.S
If you’re a parent who has decided to make Veganism a part of your child’s life as well, this guide will be such a helpful tool for you. It provides practical ways to slowly begin to include more vegetables, grains, nuts, in addition to other natural foods into your child’s diet, rather than just changing their diet all at once.
8. Rawsome Vegan Baking by Emily von Euw
Don’t worry! If you decide to become Vegan you can still chow down on some tasty desserts, there is just a different way of going about making them. You’ll have a blast learning how to make new delicious treats that, even better, are nutritious. There are also gluten-free recipes included.
What are your thoughts? Do you believe the Vegan lifestyle is for you?
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