There are many, many ways to make food 'good' Start by mixing ingredients together, the possibilities are limitless. <br />
Then, there's different ways to cook, heat up, or eat raw. (Which is the most beneficial of all! Raw vegetables contain on average 85% more nutrients and proteins than -any- meat products!)<br />
I'd start by researching vegetarian cooking. Even take basic classes, learn how to make falafel, pakora, somosa... There's so much to know, and I could never fit it all in here.<br />
Fruits are great to eat in the morning, take with a yogurt and a vitamin drink.<br />
You will -never- go back to eating a disgusting slab of animal flesh after you see and feel the benefits of loosing it from your diet!<br />
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Initially it will. It's much easier to regulate your weight when eating vegetables too, as the energy value is much less, being protein and not carbohydrate. Not that it matters, because you can eat as much vegetables as you want or need to, without detrimental, long lasting effects on your health.
Just stop eating it. Substitute tings like beans for meat so that you still get enough protein.
Fish is healthy.
im vegetarian, its tough if you dont also eat carbs such as bread or rice
ship the meat to me, i'll take good care of it
yay! soon jazzy will be healthy,,,,,,,,, learn about the food through text and this will help
Veganism isn't just getting rid of meat and dairy. Secondly, you just don't eat it. It's not that hard.
You really should read a vegan cookbook and some stuff on nutrition. otherwise you'll end up malnourished. Legumes, peanuts, and stuff like that have protein in them. But there's a lot of things you have to eat, like supplements and vitamins, most vegans run into trouble because they're not eating the right stuff. Oh, and if anyone starts talking about 'toxins' or how going vegan prevents colds are idiots.