The difference between vegetarians and vegans is that vegetarians don’t eat any animal flesh (beef, chicken, fish, etc.), but vegans go further, and also don’t consume or use anything that comes from an animal (egg, dairy, leather, fur, etc.).
Vegan nutrition refers to the nutritional and human health aspects of vegan diets. A well-planned, balanced vegan diet is suitable to meet all recommendations for nutrients in every stage of human life. Improperly planned vegan diets may be deficient in vitamin B12, vitamin D, calcium, iodine, iron, zink and riboflavin (vitamin B2).Preliminary evidence from epidemiologial research indicates that a vegan diet may lower the risk of cancer.
Good Vegan Meals in UNDER 15 MINUTES | 3 Easy Vegan Recipes
a-place drained hearts of pulm into the food processor.
b-add chick peas to food processor.
c-add pulm vinegar.
d-add a half a cup of panko breadcrumbs
e-follow on video
a- quinoa and brown rice
b- black beans
c-add other things
d-follow on video
a-add garlic and onions to walnut to toast
b-add chili and cumin to follow toast
c-add a can of cooked lentils
d-add a can of diced tomatoes
e-season with a little salt
f-cook for 5 minutes
g-stir in the espinach(turn off the heat)
h-season to taste
i-follow in video