As an omnivore I have no wish to go completely vegan or vegetarian, having said that I love discovering different types of cooking and different recipes, so naturally I am intrigued by the chemistry of vegan baking, the ways in which pulses are used instead of traditional proteins.When I spotted Veganuary floating around on Facebook – I had to investigate – there are a confusing number of blogs out there extolling the virtues of vegan or ‘plant-based’ diets and I wondered what they would suggest as ‘accessible’ dishes to those who have never cooked vegan before.I clicked on the colourful advert which took me to an equally colourful website. I was presented with a sign-up page to give me access to my starter-pack. The pack includes various meal plans which you can download in pdf format and are arranged into some useful categories – such as family friendly and love to cook which is a nice touch. They are simple timetables with dishes (with corresponding link to website) and even include snack suggestions which is useful for people who are looking to address their diet as a whole.
Source: Veganuary – Are you in?
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