What I Eat In A Day | HEALTHY VEGAN RECIPES

I ultimately shot Exactly what I Eat In a Day video! Yay!!! Below are several of my favourite healthy and also easy vegan recipes and also dish suggestions that I make on normal basis.
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Like I mentioned in the video, I follow a plant-based diet. So all of the dishes in this video clip are vegan and also gluten-free, however feel free to transform them as you want to suit your diet!:-RRB-.

VELVETY ZUCCHINI SOUP:.
COCONUT GINGER COOKIES:.
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2. Standard Medicinals Mint Tea:. 3. Typical Medicinals Chamomile Tea:. 4. Sunwarrior Protein Powder:.
5. Dr. Ohhira's Probiotics:.
6. Grassy field Naturals Chlorella:
. 7. VitaVegan Multivitamin:.
8. Mary's Organic Crackers:.
9. Crazy Sexy Diet Book:.
10. Fablunch Containers:.
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50 Replies to “What I Eat In A Day | HEALTHY VEGAN RECIPES”

    1. +Cici R Check out our vegan recipe, if you are starting out being vegan and
      still have the desire of meat, we have the video just for you! VEGAN MEAT!

    2. +Fablunch I’ve been trying a Vegan diet for about a month now. It’s not as
      hard as I thought it would be it’s just an expensive diet to stick with.

    3. +Zap Zap I am going to try this recipe myself and have not yet reviewed her
      actual recipe… however, I wouldn’t worry about how much of these to use
      (I am a seasoned cook)… if you are making this recipe, try 1 tbsp of
      cumin (it’s high in iron which is always good btw) and max 1 tsp of
      himalayan (pink) sea salt (stay away from white processed table salt, if
      it’s white, stay away from it) and max 1 tsp of pepper, but if you like the
      dish without these things, then it’s no big deal if you don’t have the salt
      or pepper…. and if you feel like 1 tbsp of cumin is too much or not
      enough, you can easily add more or less next time you make this… I
      personally LOVE cumin and the more the better for me, it is one of those
      spices that is flavorful but not really overpowering & difficult to overdo,
      unless you just don’t like it… salt and pepper on the other hand can be
      overdone and there are problems with them… the Himalayan salt is the
      least processed (supposedly) of all the salts and does have some naturally
      occuring (as opposed to added) trace minerals & a little iodine which is
      good, but it’s still something that can be overdone and pepper, I have
      heard that there are problems with mold in pepper, so it is questionable
      and molds are something that generally should be avoided.

  1. I’ve struggled with an eating disorder for awhile now, and I’m thinking
    about going vegan. I want to do this, because I want to eat better and feel
    better physically and mentally. Here we goooooo :)

    1. +Kirsten Churchill I know how you feel. When i had an extreme eating
      disorder my parents wouldn’t let me become vegan but now I’ve made a deal
      with my parents that I’ll eat much more if I can be vegan.

    2. +Kirsten Churchill I wish you so much luck! I overcame my eating disorder
      when I started eating vegetarian due to the low calorie nature of things.
      I’m going on my 9th year as a vegetarian now, and my parents had the same
      attitude. It was easier for me to get over my fear of food knowing what I
      was putting into my body was so genuinely healthy for me. Keep going, keep
      pushing. It’s so worth it in the end. 🙂

    1. Yes, but the ingredients would also make more than just a day’s worth of
      meals (other than some of the veggies). I would recommend coupons, shopping
      in bulk, and seeing which ingredients you can grow yourself. I live in the
      city, so my only options for growing are herbs, but it is possible!

    1. I’m not vegan or vegetarian, but I love this lifestyle. Whenever I juice I
      give the leftovers to my chickens and it creates some good eggs!

    2. +Meredith Olin Yeah, it made me sad seeing all the fiber slough out of the
      juicer just to be discarded. That’s part of the reason those foods are
      desirable in the first place!

  2. Girl really nice receipes but you spent SO MUCH TIME to make all this every
    two hours. You dont go to work? You dont study or what u do stay alla day
    at home and cook? omg

    1. +Ben What? That’s crazy, produce is super cheap compared to processed foods
      and meat products, and the nutritional payoff is waaay bigger.

    2. not true my friend :/ …. fruits and vegatbles grow from an abundance from
      the earth… you don’t need much money, except for land. or go to a country
      where it’s more abundance naturally

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