Vegan-Friendly Things To Consider for Your Diet
Eating vegan is sometimes tricky when you’re battling cravings. Luckily, there are some delicious vegan-friendly things to consider for your diet.
The vegan life is tricky for some people as they have to come up with other replacements for foods they previously enjoyed. Even more than that, getting around restrictions, like milk, requires some creativity. For those who want more variety in their foods, these are some vegan-friendly things to consider for your diet.
Tofu is a Chinese blessing that provides a flexible canvas for numerous ingredients on your dietary menu. While it tastes slightly reminiscent of rice when alone, it combines well with many ingredients, taking on their flavors effortlessly. Fried tofu combined with some green onions and savory sauce makes for an excellent guilty-pleasure treat. Alternatively, cultures like the Philippines make use of tofu by mixing it with boiled brown sugar syrup and tapioca pearls as a dessert.
Korean kimchi is a wonderfully delicious side that’s healthy as well. When making a meal yourself with kimchi, you can determine how spicy you want to make this fermented vegetable dish. While it seems foreign to some people, kimchi is common in Korean diets and is full of nutrients, such as vitamins A and C. Adding broth or some rice makes it a surprisingly filling meal for those willing to try it.
Tofu returns with a purpose this time, as you can combine it with walnuts to create the texture of taco meat. Adding garlic, onion, soy sauce, and a mix of your favorite spices with some tomato paste and nutritional yeast finishes this delicious combination. Plus, adding some cashew-based vegan cheese to the meal makes it harder to resist.
While there are many ways to create your selection of vegan meals, it’s fun to consider some options available in the future. From the future of the honey industry (if you choose to consume honey) to lab-grown meat, there’s still plenty to look forward to. These vegan-friendly things to consider for your diet are a great way to draw inspiration for future meals or get started on your meat-free journey.