In my free E-book, which includes a no-frills Go Vegan Overnight Guide and 12 mega creamy recipes, I talk about the importance of equipping your kitchen for vegan success. I learned the hard way that small simple things that seem very insignificant at first can make a huge difference! Plus could actually save loads of money and time in the long term!
The main point here is if you go vegan, you are likely to spend more time in your kitchen than before. It is simply not possible to source all of your food from external sources like restaurants and pre-packaged foods. Why not make the most out of this experience?
In the free E-book I recently revamped, I give a full guide on vegan kitchen essentials that are the absolute must-haves for cooking success. Here I would like to share with you some tiny extras to really make your vegan life easier and a lot more fun! I do love to bring color and style into my cooking time, and the way you feel while you cook certainly reflects on the taste of your food!
So, without further ado, here are
10 Practical & Fun Kitchen Hacks To Reinvent Vegan Cooking And Brighten Up Your Life
Holy guacamole! This citrus-colored slicer makes cutting an avo easy as pie. I just had ½ avocado into my morning breakfast quinoa bowl, so imagine this little gadget cutting your breakfast prep time by half! I predict a lot more avocado cooking in your future 😉
Now this is a tool to help you put a full stop to all the vegan food is boring nonsense! Kids and adults alike will fight for your cookies, plus your baking creations will have your unique signature that says ‘vegan is fun’!
My cat devours some of my vegan food with unbelievable appetite, and I believe it’s because of all the herbs I put in! We all know flavor can transform a dish in amazing ways. This smart kitchen gadget lets you snip cilantro, green onions, thyme, sage, oregano, chives, and mint on your dishes in seconds to give them a unique flavor and taste!
Dea is passionate about pursuing gentle, pure living in all its forms. She’s a veg and fruit foodie, who loves to explore the healing properties of plant-based foods and then fully indulge in their sun-filled taste. She believes that “In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”