Complete Guide To Vegan Food

For new Vegans, it can seem overwhelming figuring out what to eat. In the following video, I explain fundamentals to succeeding on a plant-based diet, ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and snacks. I cover tips for eating out, eating cheaply and eating for busy lifestyles. I also discuss substitute products, alcohol, palm oil and explain how to check labels. I also briefly discuss nutrition.
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HOW TO GO VEGAN OVERNIGHT

STEP 1- Educate yourself:
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Why vegetarians Should Go Vegan:
STEP 2- Eat vegan
Complete Guide to Vegan Food:
STEP 3- Cosmetics and Clothing
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Complete Guide To Vegan Clothing:
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  1. it is two weeks I became vegan. I am feeling fine. The only problem is eating out and food ideas. Gosh it is so hard making foods for breakfast. Anyone knows any good channel for food ideas on a low budget? Breakfasts are my only problem as I used to eat eggs everyday 🙁

  2. Hi thanks for sharing this video it's amazing! I'm just concerned about something that I read on the website you mentioned before ; adaptt.org (Vitamin B-12 • Cyanocobalamin

    (Destroyed by heat) — This vitamin comes from bacteria that live in our mouth and intestines. (See The Vitamin B12 Issue by Dr. Gina Shaw; Vegan Vitamin B12 Deficiency is a Myth by Cindy Jones-Shoeman; and Vitamin B12 Deficiency—the Meat-Eaters’ Last Stand by Dr. John McDougall, M.D.) These bacteria also exist in the soil. So you can let your body produce it naturally, which is what we all do, or eat some UNWASHED, ORGANIC vegetables once in a while.) But as I understood from your advice to take a 1000mg supplement twice a week. Could you tell us it's better to follow your opinion, or should I let my body produce it as Dr John McDougall said? Thanks again for your help!

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