The College Vegan Cookbook: 145 Affordable, Healthy & Delicious Plant-Based Recipes by Heather NicholdsCooking space, prep time, ingredient stocking, cost… it can be hard being a vegan in college. The College Vegan Cookbook makes it easy for you to ace your diet―even in the dorms―with simple, healthy, and fresh vegan dishes.
Forget about fake meat. This vegan cookbook features 145 modern, whole food recipes designed with college life in mind. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got a full kitchen or you’re stuck with a hot plate on your dresser, The College Vegan Cookbook will have you preparing affordable vegan meals you’ll love.
The College Vegan Cookbook includes:
WHOLE FOODS, GREAT TASTES―Create delicious vegan plates using real ingredients―not processed substitutes.
145 FAST AND EASY MEALS―Choose from simple and tasty recipes, including Blueberry Oat Muffins, Ramen Noodle Bowls, Barbecue Cauliflower Wings, and Microwave Brownie Mug Cakes.
VEGAN ON A BUDGET―This vegan cookbook makes your money go further with serving costs for every recipe, plus tips like supplementing your pantry from the cafeteria.
When it comes to great ideas for plant-based meals, The College Vegan Cookbook makes the grade.
HOW TO BE A VEGAN STUDENT IN COLLEGE - GROCERY HAUL ON A BUDGET, MEAL PREP + SUPPLEMENTS
Easy College Dorm Room-Friendly Recipes
But can they provide tasty and healthy alternatives to chicken and beef? They make things with tofu. Nutritionist Michele Sandone takes us through five components of a healthy diet that are often missed by vegans and vegetarians, and tells us how to make sure to fit them in—even in the campus dining hall. Heme forms, which are easy for the body to absorb, are found only in meat sources such as turkey or beef. Plant sources of iron, such as spinach, only contain non-heme forms, which are tougher for the body to absorb. More of a problem for vegans than vegetarians, B12 is only found in animal products.
Seriously, do you think you can keep on consuming meat and dairy and propping up the nefarious agro-industrial infrastructure required to produce your cheeseburgers forever, without dire consequences? Well, I hate to break it to you, but your eating habits are slowly but surely murdering the earth. Eventually, humans are going to have to go vegan—or perish in a world ravaged by the wasteful methods of bringing flank steak and kung pao chicken to your greedy maw. Read George C. Now, you may think that the preceding paragraph is unnecessarily harsh. I get it. You're simply an aspiring scholar trying to get an education that will forever cripple you with debt.
Being vegan in college can be pretty easy if you know the right tips & tricks! like The Starch Solution, How Not to Die, and Becoming Vegan.
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Nutritious vegan options are becoming more prevalent in college dining halls - yay! Still, it's not necessarily a wide variety of options available day to day, so I called on some of my fellow food bloggers to help me compile a resource for you college students to help you discover what you can cook on your own. That's right, in your dorm room. All of these recipes can be made with just the following appliances:. See what you can bring back to your room from the dining halls. Remember the on-campus market, too, where you can also usually use your dining card.
College is the perfect time and place to study hard, meet lifelong friends, and become exposed to a wide range of ideas and lifestyles, so it's not a surprise that many students decide to go vegan or vegetarian during this time. The underlying motivations for choosing a plant-based diet may vary from person to person, but the majority of vegans will face certain common problems at one point or another. I have been vegan for around nine years and a vegetarian since birth so I've gone through pretty much every dilemma a vegan could face and I've found that being a vegan at college is just like being vegan anywhere else; it doesn't have to be difficult -- here's how! The biggest concern about being vegan at college is of course "what the heck do I eat? The ease of being a vegan is highly dependent on where you go to school, so check out PETA's college ranking list to learn about the availability and quality of the vegan options at your school. If your school ranks high on this list, fantastic!