A Guide to Vegan Baking: Banana bread, peanut butter cookies and other treats!

A guide to vegan baking, cooking and vegan diet recipes and substitutionsA vegan diet is a diet that excludes the consumption of both animals and the by products of animals. Unlike a vegetarian diet, vegans do not eat cheese, milk, or eggs. A vegan lifestyle is beneficial for a variety of reasons; from improving your health to helping both the animals and the environment. Check out the websites below to lean how to become a vegan, stay health on a vegan diet, make vegan recipes on a budget and more.

All about Veganism

Here is how a vegan diet differs from other specialty diets:

Vegan Diet: No animals or any products from animals. This can include dairy, honey, gelatin, and eggs.

Vegetarian Diet: No animal meats at all including fish or poultry but does eat eggs and dairy.

Pescatarian Diet: Will not eat red meat or poultry but does eat fish and seafood.

Lacto-ovo Vegetarian Diet: No meats at all but does eat eggs and dairy.

Ovo-vegetarians Diet: No meats, poultry, fish and dairy, but will eat eggs.

Lacto-vegetarians Diet: Will not eat meat, poultry, fish and eggs, but does include dairy.

Benefits of a Vegan Diet

Negative Effects of Eating Meat and Dairy

Staying Healthy With a Vegan Diet

Vegan Recipes and Vegan Substitutions

Animal Rights Information

 

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