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Vegan Questions: Is it Expensive to be Vegan?

  The Vegan Project The cost of being vegan can vary depending on a few factors such as where you live, what types of foods you prefer, and how much processed food you consume. However, in general, a plant-based diet can be just as affordable, if not more affordable, than a diet that includes meat and dairy products. One reason why a plant-based diet can be more affordable is that plant-based proteins like lentils, beans, and tofu are often less expensive than animal proteins like beef, chicken, and fish. Additionally, fruits and vegetables are often less expensive than meat, especially if you buy them in season or frozen. Another advantage of a vegan diet is that it can be cheaper in terms of healthcare costs in the long run. Eating a plant-based diet has been linked to lower rates of chronic diseases like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer. These conditions can be expensive to treat, so by preventing them through diet, you can save money in the long run. Tha

[Vegan Life] How to Spring Clean Your Vegan Pantry

One of the things I love most about spring, besides the glorious fresh smells and glimpses of little green sprouts, is cleaning. Taking just one afternoon to go through your vegan pantry storage can be really exhilarating. Trust me on this! If you’ve never cleaned out an entire cupboard, you’re in for a treat. Not only will you feel fabulously free for a few days, but you’ll find the kitchen incredibly irresistible. You may find yourself opening up the cabinets just to smile and congratulate yourself. Plus, think of the photos you can take for Instagram! Feeling overwhelmed and not quite sure how to begin? Don’t worry. We’ll go through it step by step together. Are you ready? Bare Beginnings To be successful at cleaning anything, here are a few tips that I want to share to make this process much smoother and stress-free: Designate a Date – The most important first step is to set a date. Find a day on your calendar that you’ll be completely free of responsibilities. There’s nothing wor