Many of us are becoming more aware of what we are putting into our body and how certain food affects our health. With meat consumption continually in the headlines, it is no surprise that we are looking to what we believe are healthier diets.
But unlike being vegetarian, being vegan means cutting out any produce that comes from an animal. This includes meat, fish, dairy products, eggs, honey and no processed or packaged foods containing those ingredients.
What can you eat on a vegan diet?
You may be wondering what is left if you cut out animal products, but actually there are a large variety of foods out there. Stir-fry, rice, beans, pasta, pizza, curries and soups are just a number of dishes that can be eaten vegan.
What needs to be cut out?
Many foods are obviously non-vegan, such as meat, dairy, eggs or fish. But some foods contain animal products that you wouldn’t expect. For example, certain breads contain...