A few weeks ago, I was in the middle of eating my first raw, vegan food and had a hard time eating anything.
I had some great ideas for vegan food, and I wanted to give them a try.
I ended up spending most of the time at my desk with a large pot of steamed broccoli, kale, and other vegetables in front of me, while my coworker sat on the couch.
I didn’t want to leave him.
As I looked around the room, I saw a whole pile of vegan food in his bag.
I knew I needed to try them out, so I went to my fridge and opened up a jar of vegan chicken, and a jar with tofu and vegan soy sauce.
The next day, I went back to work and cooked the veggie and vegetarian dishes.
I’m glad I did.
I was pleasantly surprised by how well these foods turned out.
My coworkers were surprised as well.
They asked how much time I spent on my computer, and when I told them, they said, “You’re wasting your time.
You’re not going to get any results if you’re going to eat this.”
It’s been about a month now since I first tried out a vegan food recipe.
When I asked my coworking partner what he would recommend for vegans, he told me to just be more adventurous and try new things.
I think that’s what this is all about.
In this post, I’ll tell you exactly how to do just that and why you should start thinking about your vegan food as an adventure rather than just a hobby.
Start with something delicious That’s probably the most important thing to understand about this recipe.
This is not a recipe for a restaurant meal.
It’s a simple recipe for making a delicious dish that can be shared with friends and family.
It is also a recipe that I will be sharing with my friends and colleagues over the coming weeks, so if you have any questions, please leave a comment below.
I hope you enjoy this recipe and know that it’s something you will love to try.