vegan garden

If you’re living a vegan lifestyle, chances are good that you are don’t like being cruel to animals and you don’t want to support animal cruelty. However, that’s not it. A vegan lifestyle is more than just that. Living a healthy lifestyle also means that you bring other changes to your life such as growing your own vegetables.

Growing your own vegetables in a home garden is a lot of fun and you will always have fresh and organic food to eat. 

Vegans have a lot of choices when it comes to the kind of food they can grow in their vegan garden. Avoiding processed food, dairy, and other animal products doesn’t mean you can enrich your vegan garden. You can replace processed sugars with natural ones such as honey, dates, and other fruits. There is plenty that you can grow in your garden and eat a nutrient-rich vegan diet.

A perfect garden is both organic and varied. You can grow tomatoes, lettuce, spinach, green onions, water cress, basil, mint, green peppers and more. If you look at this list, you will see a salad. There is nothing better than to go outside and pick yourself a fresh green salad. You don’t even have to wash the greens, as you know exactly what is on the veggies, nothing. A organic garden would have no pesticides at all.

Most vegans must be aware of their health and protein, so they must substitute with things like beans and flax seeds or chia seeds. A salad topped with some freshly cracked pumpkin and sunflower seeds is marvelous. There can be no cheese, as this is animal products. But what you can have is a huge salad with nuts and seeds topped with pomegranate seeds. Yes, from your garden.

vegan food from your garden

For breakfast you can have a green smoothie from your garden such as:

  • – 1 cup of spinach
  • – 1 cup of water
  • – 2 frozen bananas
  • – 1 pear
  • – 1 pack of stevia
  • – 1 ground tablespoon of flax seed and pollen mixed

Place in a blender and blend for 45 seconds.

An easy breakfast full of vitamins and nutrients. Being vegan is not difficult with the right planning. Having a garden is both fun and relaxing and something you can involve your whole family in. It is not only important for you to be vegan but your children also.

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