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Discover New Plant-Based Proteins

Discover New Plant-Based Proteins

Vegan sources of protein really are plentiful and include: tofu, tempeh, edamame (soybeans), lentils, chickpeas and beans. Nuts, like almonds and walnuts, and seeds, like sunflower and pumpkin seeds, also deliver protein.

Conquer your fear of color

Conquer your fear of color

To play it safe, combine a neutral, like flax, with something bolder, like yellow.

But think twice about pairing intense hues with black, which "can look dated”.

For something punchier, try two colors that are beside each other on the color wheel, such as coral and orange.

Choose Whole Grains

Choose Whole Grains

Swapping out refined grains, such as white pasta and white bread, for whole grains, such as brown rice and quinoa, adds iron and B vitamins to a vegan diet (nutrients that are stripped out when the grains are refined).

Dining Out Vegan

Dining Out Vegan

Dining Out Vegan

Call or check an online menu ahead of time to see if they have any options for you. If they don't, eat before going out or order a meal that you can modify to remove any animal products (i.e. order a salad and remove the dressing, cheese, and meat).

If you are able to, find a different restaurant that has vegan options.


Vegan substitute for cream and yogurts

Vegan substitute for cream and yogurts

The substitutes as coconut milk, dairy-free creamer, raw cashew nuts can be used for baking and cooking, too.