For years, the vegan diet was associated with the prejudice that the food was monotonous and not very palatable. Although around 1.58 million people in Germany are now vegan (as of 2022), confronting such prejudices for vegans in discussions about their diet will also be part of it in 2022. A circumstance that counteracts this image are numerous vegan recipes and cookbooks, which also show skeptical people that vegan nutrition is delicious and versatile.
Vegan cookbooks are suitable for people who are looking for an introduction to vegan nutrition, as well as for vegans who are interested in new recipes.
The first cookbook "Everyone Can Vegan" contains over 100 recipes for every day and is the work of the bloggers of the "eat this!" blog. The uncomplicated, vegan recipes come from everyday cooking, so that beginners get a lot of inspiration for simple vegan recipes.
The work "Vegan pantry" ties in with the fact that nowadays very few people know how to make their own vegetable broth or yoghurt. This cookbook is intended to help you create your own spreads, sauces and pasta. Anyone who feels like making homemade supplies will find inspiration in this cookbook and can fill their own pantry with vegan basic foods in the future.
Sweets make many people's hearts beat faster. Therefore, a cookbook on sweet treats should not be missing. In the cookbook "La Veganista backt" there are numerous recipes for cakes and pastries, as well as answers to questions such as: "How does baking work without eggs?" And one thing is for sure, as a vegan you don't have to give up sinful snacks.
The cookbook "Vegan Soulfood" by food blogger Bianca Zapatka shows that vegan creations are anything but monotonous. The recipe ideas include both sweet and savory breakfast ideas as well as light salads and refreshing drinks. All recipes are provided with nutritional information, so you can not only cook delicious dishes, but also know what is behind the food used.
The cookbook "Vegan Low Budget" by nutritionists Niko Rittenau and Sebastian Copien provides an answer to the prejudice that vegan nutrition is much more expensive and therefore only for people with a larger budget. The recipes are intended to show that a vegan diet is nutritious, suitable for everyday use and, of course, purely plant-based. Healthy cuisine is therefore not boring and expensive, but creative and tasty.
If you want to be vegan, you should take a closer look at nutrients and supplement with vitamin B12. You can find out more about this in this stern article.
Sources: Statista, Federal Environment Agency, WWF
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