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Veganism Can Solve World Hunger

Veganism Can Solve World Hunger

Veganism Can Solve World Hunger

Research shows that we could feed an additional 4 billion humans if we grew our crops directly for human consumption, rather than feeding the crops to farmed animals and then consuming them.


Be Adventurous

Be Adventurous

Becoming vegan should encourage you to explore new ingredients, and it should also introduce you to more global dishes. A great many dietary traditions around the world are already plant-based, which means that vegans and vegetarians have many rich, exciting culinary  traditions to draw upon.

Ways to Advocate for Animals Kindly

Ways to Advocate for Animals Kindly

Ways to Advocate for Animals Kindly

  • Tell your friends what you had for lunch;
  • Drop high quality non-perishable vegan food items off to your local food bank;
  • Encourage grocery stores to do the same;
  • Start a group at your library to share cost-effective tips and tricks for eating vegan;
  • Set Yourself a Fundraising Goal;
  • Foster an animal.


Start with dishes you know and love

Start with dishes you know and love

One really useful place to start is by looking at some of your favorite dinner recipes and thinking about how you might adapt them to be meatless and/or dairy-free. It may be as simple as removing some cheese (or replacing it with cashew cheese).

Healthy Eating as a Vegan

Healthy Eating as a Vegan

Healthy Eating as a Vegan

For a healthy vegan diet:

  • Eat at least 5 portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables every day;
  • Base meals on potatoes, bread, rice, pasta, or other starchy carbohydrates (choose wholegrain where possible);
  • Have some dairy alternatives, such as soya drinks and yogurts (choose lower-fat and lower-sugar options);
  • Eat some beans, pulses, and other proteins;
  • Choose unsaturated oils and spreads, and eat in small amounts;
  • Drink plenty of fluids (the government recommends 6 to 8 cups or glasses a day).