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People who choose vegan diets must compensate for the nutritional deficiency in meat and dairy products. Although it is possible to get all the protein and calcium needed from a vegan diet, it may initially be difficult to find products that will help you do it. With proper planning and attention to detail, a vegan diet providing all the nutrients needed to live a healthy life.
The key to maintaining a healthy and robust vegan diet is to mix and match different foods. A good cookbook can help with vegan recipe ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meanwhile, some easy to make breakfast products include: oatmeal, cereal / granola with soy milk, bagel or toast with jelly, pancakes, and fruit smoothies. This list of foods not only offers a wide variety of flavors, but are also nutritious and healthy.
Lunch / Dinner
Even vegan diets lacking meat in the traditional sense, lunches and dinners are still made to meet even the largest of appetites. Some meal ideas are: tofu lasagna, corn / soy burgers, bean burritos, veggie lunch meat sandwiches, baked / mashed potatoes, vegetarian sausages, fries, Seitan stew and pasta with tomato sauce
Snacks / Desserts For vegans, snacks and desserts are probably the easiest food category to meet without being too creative. Pretzels, popcorn, chips with salsa, peanuts, almonds, walnuts, fruit, biscuits and cakes are just some of the many snack / dessert items one can choose from.
There are several options substitute for Vegans cooking recipes that may require the use of eggs. Egg substitute include: 1 banana (for cake recipes), 2 tbsp. of corn starch, 2 tbsp. of arrowroot flour, 2 tbsp. of potato starch, 2 tbsp. of soy milk power with 2 tbsp. water and 2 tbsp. of pureed silken tofu.