Turning vegan has been something that I have been contemplating about for a long time. It’s definitely easier said than done. I could see myself turning vegan but in reality, meat always crept into my diet one way or another. I had to be really aware of what I was eating and it’s difficult to do that when you have a lot of other things to worry about, such as assignments and your social life. I believe that I had begun seriously contemplating veganism two to two-and-a-half years ago. Changes that I have already implemented since college was cutting out dairy milk when grocery shopping and since moving to the States, I have never bought meat in the grocery store. The vegan options are delicious and the few ones that I have ventured to try were the Boca nuggets and meatless patties. I loved both of them. I make sure to buy a lot of fresh and frozen veggies and I love buying fruits too. I’ve realized that potatoes aren’t for me as I can never finish eating them mostly because I just don’t crave them. I tried making kale chips, didn’t work out for me. With time, trial and error and following what feels right slow and steady, I know that veganism is achievable. In addition to that, my wish to have a clean and organized fridge (like shutthekaleup’s one on Instagram)!
*Disclaimer – shutthekaleup is not vegan, hence the eggs and dairy and meat in her fridge.
morganizewithme and withloveandveggies’ fridge inspo.