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A common misconception is that all alcohol is vegan. In fact, many wines and beers still use animals in their production processes, such as gelatin and proteins from animal or fish products being used as methods for wine filtering. Interestingly, wines can naturally self-fine over time, ...Tofu may be one of the most stereotypical vegan foods but for good reason! It’s high in protein, easy to prepare, and a great replacement for meat. Tofu also has a very low carbon footprint and is extremely versatile - here are our Top 5 Tofu Marinades!Lentils are a great ingredient for plant-based eating. Not only are they easy to cook, they also absorb flavours well and are high in essential nutrients such as protein, iron and fibre. This simple, nutritious and filling recipe is perfect for days when you want a comforting and hearty meal.Paella is one of my favourites. This vegan recipe is the perfect alternative to a traditional paella without missing out on any of the flavours.A quick, simple and nutritious breakfast recipe which only takes 5 minutes to make. Omelettes are great because you can fill them with whatever you want - spinach, courgettes, peppers or any vegetable you have in your fridge!Plant-based bowls allow you to mix lots of colourful ingredients and flavours, making for some very yummy lunches or dinners. This Mexican-inspired bowl combines fresh vegetables, tofu and rice with spices for a healthy, nutritious and tasty meal.
I love taco night! Tacos are such a versatile and fun option if you have friends over since everyone can get involved in assembling their own. This vegan recipe is quick, healthy and full of great nutrients from the beans and the fresh vegetables.
You can prep everything in advance and keep it in the fridge so you've got tasty meals throughout the week!Super quick, simple and healthy breakfast. Avocados are high in essential nutrients like B6, Vitamin C and Omega-3 which makes this a filling and nutritious way to start your day.