Veganism. It’s a thing. We’re decades past the point of veganism being considered a fad or a phase and, considering the state of the world right now, the chances are fairly high that you’ve considered incorporating more plant-based food into your diet lately. You might even want to go completely vegan. If either of those is the case, you’re mightily lucky that we’ve created a myriad of delicious vegan recipes for you to enjoy. We’ve got quick vegan recipes, vegan curries, and loads of vegan pasta recipes ready for your lunch or dinner. We’ve also provided a round-up of some wicked vegan takeaways and five vegan cookbooks you can consult for recipes and wisdom.
Despite all that wealth of knowledge available to you, there’s always more to learn. I’m of the belief that you can never learn too much and that’s why I enlisted the help of chef Neil Rankin to write about some of the things you need to know about vegan food that you might not have considered before.
Neil Rankin, for those of you who don’t know, is the owner of Symplicity – a plant-based food company that makes products from fermented vegetables. As a professional chef and a trained butcher who’s renowned for cooking meat, who better could there be to give advice on what you can eat to replace it?
Here are Neil’s five things you need to know about vegan food: