Tahini pancakes with all the toppings by @_tasteoflife_ 💖
130g wholemeal Speltflour⠀
70g Buckwheat flour⠀
4-5 tbsp Coconut Sugar⠀
220ml plantbased milk⠀
1tsp baking powder⠀
1 tbsp Tahini⠀
a dash of salt⠀
1- 1 1/2 tbsp ground Flaxseed⠀
Some vanilla and cinnamon⠀
Mix all ingredients in a blender together.⠀
let the dough set for about 5 minutes.⠀
Heat up coconut oil in a pan on high heat, put about 2 tbsp of the dough for each pancake and bake every side until golden brown.⠀
A Simple bowl of kidney beans, rice and courgettes for dinner. There’s really no need to overthink vegan cuisine. When in doubt just keep it simple 😊 #veganbysomi
Oh yes, I know brown rice is better for me. I prefer brown rice, but when I run out I have to eat what I have. I appreciate your concern ❤️
Raw pistachio and lemon “cheesecake” @beyondthebowl_byriri 💚
Used a 26 cm (10 inch) springform cake tin⠀
For the base:⠀
1/2 cup raw pistachio⠀
1/2 cup almonds⠀
12 large pitted medjool dates, about 250 g (if they're not very soft, soak them in hot water for 10 min and discard water before using)⠀
some coconut flour (to prevent the base from sticking to the pan, alternatively use a baking sheet)⠀
For the filling:⠀
1 1/2 cups raw cashews (soaked overnight, or for 30min in hot boiling water, then drained)⠀
1 can full fat coconut milk, refrigerated overnight* (read important instruction below!)⠀
Zest of 1 lemon⠀
1/3 cup lemon juice (1 large lemon)⠀
1/3 cup coconut oil⠀
3 tbsp tbsp honey ( or 4 tbsp if you have a sweet tooth)⠀
2 tbsp orange blossom water⠀
2 tbsp rose water⠀
2 tbsp crushed pistachio⠀
some dried rose petals⠀ ⠀
To make the base:⠀
1. Place all the base ingredients in a food processor and blend until the mixture sticks together when you squeeze it between your fingers.⠀
2. Get your cake pan and sprinkle coconut flour at the bottom (alternatively, use a baking sheet). Now place the base mixture in the pan and press it down into the pan evenly to form the crust and set aside.⠀
To make the filling:⠀
3. Add all filling ingredients to the food processor and blend until silky smooth. When using the coconut milk, make sure to only use the solid part, so scooping the cream off the top (*that's why refrigerating the can is essential as this will allow the solid creamy part to separate from the water, don't discard the water as you can use it in another smoothie recipe).⠀
4. Pour filling mixture evenly on top of the base then garnish with pistachio and rose petals.⠀
5. Place in the freezer for 5-6 hours. Take them out 10 min before serving.⠀
➡️Swipe left to find out 💚+ go to YouTube/Vegains for the whole video ☘️Hitting your daily Iodine can be hard when you don’t like and don’t eat sea vegetables 🍙
🌊Sea vegetables include a big variety of algae including Nori which you know from sushi 🍱 other sea vegetables rich in iodine are: Wakame, Dulse, Kelp, Kombu, Watercress etc.
🍱So I encourage you to get nori sheets and make your own vegan sushi once in a while or go out and eat vegan sushi. And/or get another algae. E.g. I always have a bag of Wakame because it has so much iodine, I just need 1,5g per day to hit my daily iodine and it taste really good for me in my bowl 😋
🍌Also little iodine is found in almost all whole plant-based foods (depending on the mineral content of the ground, closer to oceans the iodine levels are higher) so eat a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts & seeds.
❌I don’t recommend iodine supplement because we can absorb >90% of it and often they are dosed too high and too much iodine is almost as bad as too little.
❇️How do you hit your iodine? Please let me know 👇🏼☺️
🍎Vegan Nutrition Guide IS NOW AVAILABLE👉🏼 vegainstrength.de (link in my bio @vegainstrength)
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🥞Food Channel👉🏼 @vegainsfood
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Hate to be that “vegan” but seriously £15 for a life only a short life killed so we can satisfy our needs. Cooped up in small dirty conditions. This will be my 4th Christmas not eating a corpse. Yes I was once that person who used to make sure I had a turkey for that “special” day. But then I realised how Can I love animals yet eat them? I’ve never looked back, I feel sick knowing that I once felt the greed to eat them. I’ll be tucking into my tofurkey this Christmas... there’s going to be no cruelty on my plate. 🦃❤️ #maketheconnection
not a Christmas post🤷🏽♀️ tomorrow I'll post a vegan gingerbread cookie recipe 🤶🏼
"Je to na celej život." Názorů na tetování jsou spousty. Někdo to považuje za trapnou snahu se zviditelnit, někdo v tom vidí umění a cestu, jak vyjádřit kus sebe na své vlastní tělo. Každý to prostě vidí jinak, ale věta na začátku platí pro všechny stejně. Je to na celý život. Chce to se zamyslet a nemít strach. Protože pokud po něčem člověk touží, nakonec to vždycky nějak zvládne :) (Jerry)
@msfitbytee "I'm very particular with the type of protein I’m putting into my body. Lately I’ve been taking plant-based protein from @PlantWarriorco. 🌿 It’s so much healthier than Whey Protein but just as effective at building muscle. I usually mix it with 300ml of almond milk, or blend it with a banana and some blueberries. 🍇"
Click the link in our bio (@PlantWarriorco) and switch to a healthier protein today. For every bag you buy, 1 tree is planted to help rebuild forests! 🌲
Sometimes you just need to take a minute and acknowledge how far you've come!🙌 Beyond proud that 2 years ago I decided I needed a change, so I started going to the gym consistently. From there I spent all my free time researching weightlifting and taught myself everything! I also went vegan at the same time and taught my self all about nutrition🍏I pushed away my fears of judgment and working out alone after I was sexually harassed at my gym... I didn't think I'd go back 😩 But I finally worked up the courage. The gym has been a constant in my life ever since, and I rarely miss a day! So friggin happy that I made the change and this is only the beginning😜
Pro tip: if your a broke college gal like me & cant afford @bombshellsportswear just put on some knee high socks over your leggings & u will be feeling yo self just as much 😂
Saturday night vegan food : vegan burgers 🌱🍔 by @jackivore
Unbelievable colours and flavours without adding any chemicals 🌈 Delicious cold pressed juice @juicestationau A health booster you can enjoy anytime 💚 Link in bio for all our Healthy Cafes & Restaurants 🙌 #repost#perthisok#healthylifestyleeats
Put love into every thing you do. ♡ Don’t try to do too much, don’t try to do more. Just do less with more focus and more heart and soul ♡ and you’ll get way more out of it than trying to do EVERYTHING. And doesn’t it feel better that way too?
I share more in my ebook on how to feel alive and love the life of your dreams. Get my Ebook linked in my “highlights” story in my profile @theawakenedvegan
This is my classic banana ice cream I usually make (recipe actually is included in my ebook and on IG too)📝
Look at these two plates and their nutritional content. Omnivore meal vs. Vegan meal. Follow @so_plantbased for more info on nutrition.
#Regram - Credit to @so_plantbased .
ANIMAL AGRICULTURE 👉🏽 KILLING THE CLIMATE & THE PLANET
Livestock and their byproducts account for at least 32,000 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, or 51% of all worldwide greenhouse gas emissions.
Agriculture is responsible for 80-90% of US water consumption. Throughout the world, humans dritnk 5.2 billion gallons of water and eat 21 billion pounds of food each day. Worldwide, cows drink 45 billion gallons of water and eat 135 billion pounds of food each day. Hence the cows consume 6-9 times more than humans. Also, did you know that 2,500 gallons of water are needed to produce 1 pound of beef.
Animal agriculture is responsible for up to 91% of Amazon destruction and 1-2 acres of rainforest are cleared every second. The leading causes of rainforest destruction are livestock and feedcrops. Animal agriculture is also the leading cause of species extinction, ocean dead zones, water pollution, and habitat destruction. Livestock operations on land have created more than 500 nitrogen flooded deadzones around the world in our oceans. For you to understand how inefficient animal agriculture is 1.5 acres can produce 37,000 pounds of plant-based food, 1.5 acres can produce 375 pounds of beef....
70 billion farmed animals are reared annually worldwide. No wonder we need to kill the rainforest grow crops fertilize and destroy our soil and oceans. More than 6 million animals are killed for food every hour.
A person who follows a vegan diet produces the equivalent of 50% less carbon dioxide, uses 1/11th oil, 1/13th water, and 1/18th land compared to a meat-lover for their food.
How can ya not put peppers in your #sushi ? Of all the ways I’ve made #veggiesushi ... (like adding tofu, veganaise, this & that...) This is my beloved way, just jalapeños, sweet peppers, avocado, & cucumber. Maybe sprinkle a little himalayan black salt & pepper + don’t forget the tamari sauce and wasabi... 🌶⚡️🌶 #foodlovers#spicylovers#capsaicin#dindin
Which one are you?
I'm sure a lot of people have their two cents on this. This is just my opinion and how I interpret my veganism. I definitely don't want to start any infighting, there's no shortage of people already attacking vegans.
But after I put up my recent post about chips, a few people asked why I said palm oil isn't vegan so I thought I'd cover a few things. .
Eating plant based is precisely that: eating only plant based food.
I and many others believe that being vegan is a lifestyle that doesn't end on your plate.
It means making other choices to avoid the suffering or killing of animals. For example (but not limited to):
Not buying leather, wool, or any other clothing that requires taking something from animals. .
Not buying products that contain palm oil, as the production of palm oil is the major cause of deforestation in many areas of great animal abundance and diversity, and results in the loss of many animal lives (rare ones too!)
Not using cosmetics that contain animal products or were tested on animals.
Not buying pets from breeders but adopting the many that are abandoned in animal shelters and waiting to be put down.
Not buying honey; bees are robbed of their food source and the selective breeding to produce more honey results in less genetic diversity and is a cause of mass die off.
As I said this isn't everything and part of being vegan is doing our best to figure out steps we can take to prevent animal death and suffering. .
I want to say I support anyone practicing veganism in anyway they interpret it, I just wanted to share some thoughts to consider for anyone starting out. None of us will be able to do this 100% perfectly all the time. Sometimes we have no idea that something contains an animal product! And sometimes there's no other option; such as a life saving medicine.
So I hope this was helpful to someone. I wish you all the best on the journey you're taking.