27 Aug

Veganism allows the reduction of resources needed to raise animals that put nature at risk, reduces the destruction of natural habitats and pollution generated by this type of industry. This is why, in addition to the seasonings you have in your pantry, there are some ingredients that are the most used by vegans or by anyone who enjoys a diet without meat or foods of animal origin. These elements are delicious and are enriched in proteins, textures, and flavors, which will help you have a healthy life. 

Most of these vegan essentials are easily accessible and reasonably priced, making eating a plant-based diet easy and affordable. Your life will always be easier if you put together a meal plan and routines for each week of the month beforehand.

I would like to point out that fresh vegetables and fruits should always be in your kitchen, these ingredients are the ones that will enhance your dish of the day or will be part of your snacks every day, this will depend on your personal taste.

  1. Quinoa

Quinoa combines with almost everything, it is quick to make and due to its level of vegetable proteins, it is a very good source to complete the vegan diet. It has a neutral flavor that can fit perfectly in salads, stews, desserts, breakfasts … which makes it possible to create countless dishes at any time of the day to our organic lifestyle.

  1. Tempeh

The possibilities of tempeh are very varied, as it is a very versatile food, which is manufactured in different shapes and flavors, as well as with multiple fermentation points, and from numerous legumes and cereals.

  1. Tahini

Tahini or tahini is a cream paste made with ground sesame seeds. The grace of tahini is that sesame is a food very rich in calcium, but eating sesame by spoonful is not a very good idea, so better use Tahini without fear in whatever you want.

  1. Cashews

You can use them in many types of food, it is an ingredient that goes with everything. In addition to this, they nourish the hair and nails, prevent constipation by helping to reduce inflammation of the digestive tract, and can help you fight anxiety.

  1. Chia seeds

Pour a tablespoon of chia seeds into a half cup of cold or warm water. Stir for a few seconds and let it rest for 30-45 minutes before consuming. Chia seeds can be added to smoothies, soups, yogurt, cereals, or even mixed in traditional recipes, such as homemade bread.