Do I have to be vegan to enjoy the recipes?
No! All my recipes are first of all healthy, delicious, and easy to make, with the additional plus- they are vegan and gluten-free, which means that they will even be suitable for people with dietary restrictions.
There are so many recipes on your site! Where do I start?
Start by choosing the course of your mealtime or any special occasion and go ahead from there and pick the recipes you like!
What if I’m vegan or gluten-free?
All my recipes on cashewdate.com are vegan and gluten-free.
Do you have a cookbook?
Not yet, but planning to write one!
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What’s your favorite food?
I love fruits, mushrooms and potato!
Is a vegan diet healthy?
Whole Foods Plant-Based diet is the healthiest choice you can do for human health!
But where do you get your protein?
All plants contain protein, especially grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds.
Where do I get iron from?
Plants are rich in iron. The most iron-containing foods are :
- Beans and lentils
- Baked potatoes
- Cashew nuts
- Dark green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, etc.
Will I need to supplement calcium if I don’t eat dairy?
No way! In fact, on a vegan diet, you will get more calcium than on animal products. There is a lot of calcium in nuts, seeds, green vegetables, and more!
I’ve heard that vegans have trouble getting enough B12?
Plants don’t get B12 from soil anymore because vitamin B12 is generated by bacteria in organic soil. When the soil is not organic, there are not enough good bacteria to generate vitamin B12 and pass it to plants. Moreover, we also wash plants thoroughly not to get any soil on them. It is recommended to supplement vitamin B12 on a vegan diet.