Unique Vegan Prompts To Explore on World Vegan Day 2022
World Vegan Day is celebrated on November 1st every year by many nations around the world to encourage a plant-based diet and to encourage people to understand why veganism is important.
So lettuce celebrate World Vegan Day this year and reflect on the importance of this
Why should you celebrate World Vegan Day?
Agriculture, particularly meat and dairy products, accounts for:
- 70% of global freshwater consumption
- 38% of the total land use and
- 19% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions
The more that the global population adopts a vegan diet, the more sustainable our food system becomes.
Check below to explore some reports on the benefits of a vegan diet:
- Research by the University of Michigan Study found that the amount of water in your average swimming pool can produce 312 beef burgers or 60,837 Beyond Burgers.
- Studies show that adopting a vegan diet can cut agricultural greenhouse gases in half.
- Research has found that following a vegan diet can cut the use of land by 76%, protecting countless species.
How can you celebrate World Vegan Day?
World vegan day provides a great opportunity for people to try out a new vegan restaurant or dish. Are you looking for new vegan foods to try? Check out these unique vegan products, services and tips to expand your vegan experience!
Plant-Based Baby & Toddler Formula
Plant-based eating can start from an early age with Else Nutrition Plant-Based Complete Nutrition for Toddlers.
It is made with over 90% whole food plant-based ingredients including – almond, buckwheat, and tapioca, and +20 vitamins and minerals designed to support healthy growth & development of toddlers.
Else Nutrition is dedicated to providing healthy, clean, complete, and sustainable nutrition to children all around the world.
They believe that means plant-based products and raw materials that have the least possible impact on the planet.
We believe that means plant-based products and raw materials that have the least possible impact on the planet.
This is why they use recyclable materials for our packaging and with their minimally processing approach, their impact on the environment is much less than some comparable companies.
Else Nutrition believes in healthy children inhabiting a healthy world!
Plant-Based Complete Nutrition for Toddlers is a must-try because it is:
- Dairy & Soy-Free
- Corn syrup-free
- and Vegan!
Complete nutrition means it contains all macronutrients and +20 essential vitamins and minerals.
RicherEarth Vegan Eats Shares Tips To Help With The Transition to A Plant-Based Diet
Mythbuster: Plant-based eating does not have to be boring and flavorless.
As one of the very few Black-owned 100% vegan brands in Canada, RicherEarth Vegan Eats aims to bring its Jamaican roots to the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.
This company’s mission is to serve delicious food with vegan products in order to help save the planet, and all creatures living in it. RicherEarth Vegan Eats strives to operate as an eco-friendly business that also works for the protection and ethical treatment of animals and our environment, as they serve vegan-only products.
Meet Wholly Veggie - Making Vegetables Fun Again!
Wholly Veggie sure makes vegetables fun, accessible and easy to make at home. Seriously, their meals are filled with good quality vegetables and free of additives that make people suspicious of ‘plant-based foods’.
“From a kitchen, not a lab;
From a garden, not Silicon Valley; Neither half-meat nor fake meat;
Free of additives, preservatives, gluten, soy, and GMOs.
Just great quality vegetables, simple seasonings and chef-inspired recipes in convenient formats that are delicious, and accessible.
By putting more vegetables on more plates, and more seeds in more soil, we’re planting for a greener, healthier future.”
Be sure to follow them on social media for more veggie-loving joy on your daily feed!
Try their Bestselling Sweet & Spicy Broccoli Wings. Full broccoli florets, lightly coated in a crispy tempura batter.
Have you tried Vegan Chocolate yet?
Did you know the global vegan chocolate confectionery market is expected to reach $1.41 billion by 2028?
The demand for plant-based alternatives has grown the market for dairy-free chocolates. The alternatives include rice, coconut, almond, and oat-based kinds of milk.
Zazubean’s vegan chocolate is:
Fair Trade Certified
Try A Vegan Meal Kit
Sorry I’ve Got Plants, has to goal to make plant-based eating accessible, easy to make, and for everyone.
They help with this by providing weekly vegan and low-waste meal kits across the Greater Toronto Area.
Their meal kits only include the exact portions needed for each of the recipes, reducing the food waste associated with cooking.
They also support low-waste initiatives by limiting unnecessary plastics and packaging and reusing everything, when possible, that they pickup on your next delivery.
To save paper, all recipes can be found online.
Sorry I’ve Got Plants releases a new delicious menu every Monday for you to order and get delivered to your home.
OR you can stop by their store on Roncesvalles Avenue in Toronto, Canada, to grab-and-go with their plant-based sandwiches and bowls
Want More Veggies In Your Life? Sprout A green Thumb and Get Growing!
Just Vertical‘s indoor hydroponic growing systems will ‘Liven Up’ indoor spaces by growing fresh edible plants all year round!
This is a state-of-the-art indoor garden that blends furniture design with sustainable plant science. The EVE can grow 12 plants at once.
𝐆𝐫𝐨𝐰𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐎𝐰𝐧 𝐅𝐨𝐨𝐝 𝐈𝐧𝐝𝐨𝐨𝐫𝐬 𝐂𝐚𝐧 𝐇𝐞𝐥𝐩 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐞𝐭
– Here’s How:
Save 95% of water compared to traditional agriculture to grow your food
Eliminate carbon emissions required to transport food. Every. Single. One.
Eliminate food waste by picking straight from your unit.
Eat nutrient-rich food every day.
Grow without pesticides.
Utilize limited urban space for growing food
Would you try growing food indoors at home?
Mythbuster: Vegan Diets Do Not Have To Be Expensive
At The Grocery Outlet they specialize in offering familiar brand name vegan and vegetarian products at a fraction of regular costs.
We’ve spotted our members Wholly Veggie there on our recent visit!
Many customers inquire where the product comes from and why they are able to sell it at low prices.
Most retailers won’t sell products for reasons such as;
- Products deemed “IMPERFECT” due to cosmetic imperfections
- Excess of supply
- Packaging changes or promotional material that is no longer current
- Discontinued products
The Grocery Outlet recognized the food waste problem with retailers, and decided to combat that issue by carrying these such products, and by doing so are able to keep costs low, saving the consumer money.
They’ve been tackling food waste since 1998, helping the planet and saving you money for over 20 years.
Are you interested in learning more about Natural Nutrition beyond World Vegan Day?
If this post has inspired you to learn more about sustainable food systems, check out the Eco-Nutrition Course at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition.
This course provides insight into the negative effects of our current profit-driven, corporate, industrial system of food production and understand the links between corporate industrial agriculture, traditional mixed farming, the microbiome of the soil, and human health.
Students also learn the impact of having a carbon footprint and how Regenerative Agriculture can reduce this footprint.
This course also discusses food security, impact of the reduction of the honeybee, GMOs and sustainability with our food chain when feeding the world’s population.
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