How To Go Vegan

Easıly In 10 Steps

We’ve created a 10-step guide for those
who are vegan-curious, but having a
hard-time due to their habits and lifestyle

don't forget your "why"

You are on this website probably because you know the benefits of a vegan lifestyle for yourself, for the animals and the environment. Your main focus can be one, two or all of these reasons. Whether it was the baby lambs or the progression of your body’s wellness that got you here, you need to make sure to remind yourself of your reason(s) and your motive(s) at all times.

 

Read, Watch, Learn

Don’t forget to make additions to the information that motivated you in the first place. There’s a lot of information regarding the benefits of a vegan lifestyle for your body and the world, as well as the  harm animal agriculture has on the animals (the obvious one, which happens to be not that obvious for the general public yet) and the world. 

In case you’re wondering where to find the necessary information, we’re continuously updating our archive.

 

Start Reading Labels

Maybe you haven’t been paying attention to the food labels until now, but in fact they are very useful stickers that give us detailed information on the product we choose to buy. By making a habit of reading labels, you’ll always know what you are putting into your body.

We’ve got you covered for those confusing additives you might come across on food labels.

 

Add before you subtract

If you have a hard time to let go of a food group in your daily life, it is always easier to start by adding a new one.

Before you start distressing about abandoning certain foods from your diet, you can start by introducing new dishes into your meals, esp. those

that you have never tasted before or those that doesn’t

occupy a regular place in your diet (yet). This will ease your

transition from your old diet that harms you, animals and the

world into your new diet

that’s a win-win-win-ooh too many wins here.

For some inspiration regarding this issue,

move onto the next step.

 

Discover new tastes

We’ve compiled some recipes in addition to a list of recipe content creators for you here.

You might be under the false impression that going vegan will narrow your food options, but you’ll be surprised to see the variety offered to us by the earth.

 

Learn some practical recipes

You might be a student, a busy person, pretty unskilled, or you might be a very busy and unskilled student. Don’t worry about how you’ll cook a veggie dish everyday. At the beginning just master a couple of recipes that are easy to make. If you can’t think of any, have a look at ours.

 

Substitute

We have good news for you! There are many alternatives for your favorites. It’s pretty easy to find not only plant-based milk, but also cheese, yogurt, bacon and burger substitutes made from plant-based

ingredients. If you don’t want to be a part

of the capitalist system, you can always

make healthier versions

of these at home.

 

Strengthen your weak points

We all have something that is hard to let go off. Determine what it is for you and try the vegan alternative. If you don’t like it, don’t forget that there are many more different recipes for it, one of those is most likely to satisfy you. For instance if the first vegan cheese you buy from the market isn’t good enough for you, keep trying different ones. Keep in mind that the animal milk cheese has been around for 12k years providing it with a lot of experience, but the vegan cheese market is just starting out. If you want to do it yourself, you can make the perfect cheese at home.

 

Start the transformation at home

Don’t worry, almost no one went vegan in one day. It might feel tricky to drop what you’ve been used to doing since you were a kid, that’s just normal. If you’ve made a decision to change, the easiest and the fastest route starts at your house. Making changes at home will be the most effective first step to modify years of habitual behavior. The next target can be your workplace, venues you go with your friends, and last target for change can be where you vacate. 

Be patient, nicely make demands and also tell people why you are demanding what you are demanding. Remember that there

are so many success stories when it comes to vegan meals

at universities and offices. Yours can be the next one!

Don’t worry, almost no one went vegan in one day. It might feel tricky to drop what you’ve been used to doing since you were a kid, that’s just normal. If you’ve made a decision to change, the easiest and the fastest route starts at your house. Making changes at home will be the most effective first step to modify years of habitual behavior. The next target can be your workplace, venues you go with your friends, and last target for change can be where you vacate. 

Be patient, nicely make demands and also tell people why you are demanding what you are demanding. Remember that there

are so many success stories when it comes to vegan meals

at universities and offices. Yours can be the next one!

 

Be prepared to get talkative

Once you start changing your habits, you are likely to be viewed as an alien by your friends. It’s always better to focus on telling them what has motivated you rather than argueing with them. Veganism is not  a diet or the newest fashion you are following. We need to tell everyone that veganism is the fastest transformation to a better world for humans, animals and the world. Please be reminded that the very same conversation will restart in every occasion. You wouldn’t believe it if I told you how many times you’ll have to explain where you get your protein. If this huge responsibility worries you, have a look at our “what you might be worring about” 

 

If you came this far, we assume that you’ve completed step one. Now go back to the second step and make use of every opportunity to learn new information.

 

Bu sayfa İpek & Suat Erus tarafından "Simple Happy Kitchen" kitabında gördükleri bir yazıdan aldıkları ilham ve arkadaşlarından aldıkları yardımlarla oluşturulmuştur.

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