You may be noticing a new product in the vegan and vegetarian sections of your local supermarket. It’s called Gardein, and it’s a exciting new protein made up entirely of vegetables. Gardein has really great texture and it tastes amazing. It’s not a meat substitute, it’s a protein alternative for those interested in a healthy lifestyle. Gardein can be used instead of meat in all of your favorite recipes. Strictly-Vegan uses Gardein in a variety of our dishes, including our Vegetarian Chicken and Vegetarian Pepper Steak.
Strictly-Vegan fresh Jamaican food tents have been popping up at festivals around southern california and beyond. Festivals are a great way for communities to get together and have fun outdoors while enjoying local music and artists, but too often the options available to festival goers is limited to fattening and unhealthy foods. Not anymore. Now you can have a healty nutritious and delicious meal from strictly vegan. Packed with protein to get you through a long day in the sun, and full or fresh vegetables to keep you energized. Our mobile kitchen serves many of our most popular dishes. We usually have have festival-specific specials, and because we know how tough the economy is, we help out by offering reccesion bowls, not only one of the most affordable options at most festivals, but without a doubt the healthiestread more
Millions of innocent animals loose thier lives everday, and millions more suffer terrible tortures just to make it to your plate. But there is an alternative. Vegan food is food cooked without the use of any animal products. No meat, no animal fat, no eggs, no milk. And here’s the best part… the American Dietetic Association reported that vegan and vegetarian diets can significantly reduce one’s risk of contracting heart disease, colon and lung cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes, kidney disease, hypertension, obesity, and a number of other debilitating conditions. -vegan.org Vegan sterotypes debunked Sure it’s not easy being a vegan, even here in Southern California, vegan options are sometimes hard to come by, but things are changing as more and more people are noticing the beniftits of a vegan and low meat lifestyles. Vegan foods, such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and beans, are low in fat, contain no cholesterol, and are rich in fiber and nutrients. Vegans can get all the protein they need from legumes (e.g., beans, tofu, peanuts) and grains (e.g., rice, corn, whole wheat breads and pastas); calcium from broccoli, kale, collard greens, tofu, fortified juices and soymilks; iron from chickpeas, spinach, pinto beans, and soy products; and B12 from fortified foods or supplements. -vegan.orgread more