Most questions I get asked is always about vegan food and how do I manage to have variety with it, how do I make it, what do I combine. Number one, vegan diet is much simpler then people think. Secondly, I don’t eat fully vegan. I eat vegan as much as I can, because the difference in your body is mindblowing. I eat loads of fish, I eat eggs, and I eat greek yogurt. I love cheese, but I can live without it. I tried some epic vegan cheeses that taste as the same as real cheese.

I think it’s important to implement as much vegan food in your menu you possibly can, and you don’t need to eat strictly vegan to have benefits from it. Having said that, I think many people are turned off from vegan food, thinking it’s to complicated, to basic, too expensive. What I try to do at my blog here is show you – it absolutely doesn’t have to be. If you inform yourself right.

I’ll show you as much variety I can so you see you can make your own vegan meals. Every recipe I post, I tried to make it myself.

One of my favorite vegan food blogs is – Rich Bitch Cooking. Her recipes are simple but so interesting, her photography is amazing. One of my fav RBC posts is – Vegan Pasta Dishes. Nine recipes, how to make nine different vegan pasta recipes. You simply have to try. It’s easy, it’s healthy (don’t let anyone tell you pasta is bad for you; you can absolutely eat pasta once a week, and have proper workouts to sweat out the carbs. Pasta is comfort. We need pasta), and its imaginative.

Vegan Avocado + Basil Pasta

Vegan Thai Peanut Sauce (But With Almond Butter)

Vegan Lemon Cream Pasta

Vegan Kung Pao Noodles

Vegan Macaroni Salad

Vegan Pumpkin Cream Sauce

Vegan Garlic Buttered Noodles

Vegan Thai Coconut Pasta

Vegan Sweet Smokey BBQ Buffalo Pasta

You can get all the recipes for all these at the – Rich Bitch Cooking – Vegan Pasta Dishes, or if you’re more of a visual type, check out the blog’s amazing YouTube Chanel & watch the recipes in action. These are so simple, it hurts!