Choosing a Vegan lifestyle is not something to be done lightly. It should be a well researched and well reasoned decisions. There is a lot of misinformation from both Vegans and those who are against the Vegan ideology. Here you’ll find evidence based research about Veganism and the impact it can have, as well as some fantastic plant based recipes.
Here’s a fun, quick recipe for people like me who work long hours and have very little time to prepare food everyday. I make a batch of this on Sunday that gives me eight 189 calorie servings which I use for a quick bit of protein throughout the day.
1 Block Tofu
1 Package Tempeh
1 Package Tofurkey Sausage (Italian works fine)
1/2 Yellow Onion
2 Baby Bok Choy
1/2 c White Mushrooms
Cube the tofu and chop everything else into small chunks. Stir fry with a teriyaki sauce of your choice. I use the generic kind with almost zero calories per serving. it doesn’t take much. Portion into 8 even portions in freezer safe containers. Freeze, and eat whenever you need all week long.
Health Content (Per Serving)
Contributor: Robert Sacerich
Robert is a Philosophy of Science and Bioethics student, as well as blogger and science advocate/activist. He has worked extensively within the secular community for various secular nonprofit organizations and public communication causes.
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