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bamzone81 asked:

25 May 2009

Vegan recipes

So ive been a vegetarian for 60 days and ive been thinkin bout becomin a vegan but all of the recipes ive seen well pretty much all of them are either un appetizing or have A LOT of fat in them. does anyone know some healthy non fat began recipes? thanks :]]]]]]]]]]



barbipixi says:

Posted on 25 May 2009


it's very important to veggies

you have to eat the right combo of startches and fats to get your protin and energy

you have to eat things like cornbread with beans you can't just pic pieces out of the meals and not eat what they say you will not be able to survive. you will become weak and tired all the time

if you are going veggie do all the research it's a big choice and it's something you have to be smart about. don't make yourself sick because you just thought it sounded cool


xoprgirlxo says:

Posted on 26 May 2009

Do you like Tofu? Its really low in fat so that might be something you could eat. Here is a recipe for Tofu Steak with Mango Black Bean Salsa (it sounds yummy to me)


tick_panda says:

Posted on 02 Jun 2009

First things first, you should aim to be a vegetarian for at least 6 months before making the move to vegan. Ive been a veggie for 2 years now and Ive been gradually making my way towards veganism.

But, if you really wanna do it that quickly, then my advice is to eat alot more veggies and fruits, eat tofu, when buying products read read read. Sadly, the bad part about being a vegan is increased fat, but at the same time you're eating so much healthier it doesnt really have an impact.


eleana_rose_x says:

Posted on 06 Jun 2009

I have been a veggie for 7 years now... Two years ago I attempted to go vegan... For me it didn't work out because you still need certain amounts of things like milk and cheese... I went veggie because I thought eating meat was cruel and have stuck to it since- I don't even eat fish because as far as I'm concerned it was a living thing and is still meat... If you really want to go vegan I suggest you consult your doctor because they could refer you to a peadiatrician that will advice you to do this sensibly... Good luck though... :D

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