For people, always on the go and living a fast-paced life, take outs and instant meals are
the easiest, most convenient choice.
But this poses a health risk in the long run!
The struggle begins with the present lack of time.
If you can’t afford to cook, there are other ways to go fast without sacrificing your health!
Good food doesn’t always have to take a lot of time to prepare.
Well, if you happen to have a long weekend holiday, you can take advantage of it and stock up
on healthy meals you can freeze!
Why Go Vegan?
Most people who have turned vegan cannot tolerate the thought of having to exploit and
slaughter animals to sustain life.
While some others just want to lose some weight and be healthy.
But no matter your reason is, shifting to vegan has virtually no cons or downsides!
Simply going vegan can spare the lives of many animals annually.
We have lived alongside animals for thousands of years.
Because of our continuous consumption of meat and meat-derived products,
some animals are hunted down to endangerment, or worst, extinction.
Imagine how much grain the animals eat so they could be fattened enough for harvest.
That is about 2000 pounds of grain!
That amount of grain can generously feed five people already!
*Better Weight Management and Increased Energy
Plant-derived food are low in calories and have little to no fat at all!
You can eat as many veggies as you want and not worry about your blood chemistry!
Plenty of phytochemicals present in plants boosts your immunity and energy too!
Three Simple Breakfast Recipes in Less than 15 Minutes!
If you are always in a hurry to go to work in the morning, you may find these amazingly quick
breakfasts your new best friend.
Smoked Portobello and Horseradish Panini
Sandwiches are a sure quick way to prepare food.
If you are in a hurry to work, you can’t have an excuse not to make a smoked Portobello
and horseradish panini!
(Oh! I love mushrooms!)
This is just plain tasty and lovely!
Who says life is dull without meat?
We have mushrooms!
To make it you will need:
2 slices of bread
1 medium Portobello mushroom
1 small onion
Dash of liquid smoke
Salt and Pepper
1 bell pepper
Caramelize the onion and bell pepper in olive oil and set aside.
Cut and cook the mushroom in olive oil and add a dash of liquid smoke.
Cook for about three minutes or until tender.
Brush the panini maker with olive oil and heat the bread.
You can do this in your regular pan if you don’t have a panini maker.
Add the caramelized onion, bell pepper, and mushroom on one side of the sandwich.
Dress it with some horseradish sauce and top it with the other slice of bread to make
Press it for about 4 minutes or until your desired crispiness of the bread.
Or if you are using a regular pan, press it with a flat bottom ladle and flip to cook
the other side.
Eat and enjoy.
It’s a sandwich.
If you are on a tight schedule, bring it along on your commute.
Carrot Spinach Ginger Juice
Here is another way to fill up your stomach easily even when you are in a hurry.
Do not let your juicer go to waste!
Let’s use it!
To make it you will need:
4 medium carrots
A small piece of ginger
Thoroughly wash your produce.
Turn on your juicer and extract your carrot and ginger juice.
Mince your spinach and put it on top.
Chug and enjoy a guilt-free juice and boost your energy!
Hearty Healthy Fruity Oatmeal
Oatmeal has been the breakfast of champions for centuries.
It is still my favorite way to start the day.
Because it is so hearty and filling, oatmeal satisfies my hunger for hours.
There are so many variations on the theme, however, the basics are the same.
To make a simple vegan oatmeal, you will need:
To make it you will need:
1 cup organic oatmeal
4 cups filtered water
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1/2 cup almond milk (or nondairy milk of choice)
1/4 cup coconut palm sugar or date sugar, if desired
Organic strawberries (or other berries, if desired)
Shredded coconut, optional
Bring 4 cups of water to boil.
Add 1 cup of oats to boiling water.
Stir and bring to a boil again.
Turn the heat down to medium for 5 minutes.
Then reduce heat and simmer uncovered for 35 more minutes.
Stir coconut palm sugar and cinnamon into the oatmeal.
When the oatmeal is done, turn off the heat.
Spoon oatmeal into individual bowls.
Wash and slice the strawberries.
Place the slices on top of your oatmeal.
Splash a little almond milk over the oatmeal.
Sprinkle a little coconut palm sugar and a dash of cinnamon across the top.
Add little crunch with a sprinkling of shredded coconut, if desired.
Switching to vegan is a big lifestyle decision.
Mental preparation is encouraged to better prepare yourself for the beginning
of the journey.
But it has an amazing benefit to your body!
It makes you a lot stronger, and it boosts your immune system!
If you are in a hurry, cooking in the morning can take quite a long time.
Having some easy to prepare healthy breakfast dishes can help you save time.
You can always have a tasty breakfast without compromising quality.
Going vegan can actually open a whole new selection of food you can choose from.
You just haven’t had time to take it seriously!
It’s all in the grocery!
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Hope you had fun and enjoyed trying the recipes!
About the Author:
My name is Kristin, and I’m a housewife with big love for cooking. When I’m not bringing on the Food Network and attempting to become America’s Next Top Chef, I’m browsing online for unique recipes to awe my friends with. Now I’m a founder and main editor for Taste Insight, my blog about nutrition and vegetarian food!
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