I've been vegan now for well over a year, and I've recently been inspired to start revising my old "What I Do" meal plan document in order to create a vegan edition. This document, an eBook of sorts, is a work in progress. Nonetheless, it can be found below as a downloadable PDF.
I don't claim to be an expert on diet or health, so I hesitate to dispense advice. However, I certainly don't mind sharing what I do with people who might be curious.
In my opinion, every vegan is a walking ambassador and billboard for the vegan lifestyle, so I think it's really important for vegans to embrace a goal of becoming stronger, healthier, and more vital than they ever were when they were consuming animal products.
I hope my brief "What I Do" eBook might help to give new or aspiring vegans some ideas about what to eat, what to look for at the grocery store, and how to plan out some snacks and meals.
The transition to a vegan lifestyle can be challenging at first. People will fear being hungry all the time, losing weight, losing muscle mass, and losing energy.
Not to worry: once you know what to look for at the grocery store, and after you pick up a few simple tricks, such as how to make cashew creams, bean dips, chiles, stews, curries, sauces, snacks, etc., then anyone can be full - and full of energy - all day long as a vegan.
If you should decide to adopt a vegan lifestyle, feel free to drop me a line and let me know how it's going,
When it comes to the environment, we are all neighbours.