Category: Nutrition and Health

  • how to make coconut cream at home

    How to Make Coconut Cream at Home

    ​Have you ever wanted to make your own coconut cream at home? It’s actually pretty easy to do, and only requires a few ingredients. In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to make coconut cream at home, using just a few simple ingredients. What You Need for Coconut Milk To make coconut…

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  • Coconut Butter Vs Coconut Oil

    Coconut Butter Vs Coconut Oil: What’s The Difference?

    There’s no doubt that coconuts are having a moment. They’re popping up everywhere, fromthe beach to the grocery store to our kitchen cabinets. But with all of the differentcoconut products on the market, it can be hard to know which one to use for what.Should you be cooking with coconut butter vs coconut oil? What’s…

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  • Vegan Baking With Aquafaba

    Vegan Baking with Aquafaba Egg Substitute

    Introduction Vegan baking has become a popular trend in recent years, driven by health-conscious consumers seeking plant-based alternatives to traditional ingredients. One such innovative and versatile substitute gaining traction in the vegan baking community is Aquafaba. Derived from the liquid found in canned chickpeas, Aquafaba offers a remarkable egg-like consistency and a myriad of possibilities…

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  • Vegan Basics

    Master Vegan Basics: What You Need to Know

    Veganism, the lifestyle that is gaining popularity for various reasons, entails more than just a dietary choice. In this section, we will explore the vegan basics, including its definition and the evolution of this movement over time. Additionally, we’ll delve into the driving factors behind choosing a vegan lifestyle, encompassing ethical considerations, health benefits, and…

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  • Plant-Based Nutrition

    Plant-Based Nutrition and Meal Planning: 2023 Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

    Did you know that the number of people following a plant-based diet has quadrupled in the past decade? According to a study by GlobalData, around 6% of Americans now identify as vegan, and over one-third of consumers actively seek out plant-based alternatives. This trend is not just limited to the United States – it’s happening…

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