10 Need-To-Know Vegan Hacks (February 2019).
Vegan living is a good attitude, but the supermarkets have not yet adapted their offer. We researched for you and put together the best vegan alternatives.
What does vegan mean?
Vegan life means only consuming products that have been produced without the use of animals. Not only in the diet animal products such as milk, eggs, meat are avoided. Also leather, down and other products, which are responsible as cause for the early death and the suffering of the animals, are not bought.$config[ads_text] not found
Products in the supermarket
If you want to buy your sweets conveniently in the supermarket, go best in organic supermarkets or health food stores. There is a large selection of vegan products. But also in the supermarket on the corner you will find some alternatives.
A good and easy way is, of course, to make the delicious veggie snacks yourself. Chocolate muffins, cakes, biscuits and other delicious snacks can be quickly conjured up in the kitchen. Baking without animal products like eggs, butter, gelatin or milk - is that possible? That's fine. We have the best vegan substitutes for your favorite recipes here.
milk and milkproducts
You can easily replace milk with soy oat or rice milk. Soy milk is now available in almost every supermarket, as well as rice milk. Oatmeal can be found in the health food store or in the health food store. Soy cream is suitable as a cream substitute; If you need whipped cream or a substitute for crème fraîche, you can simply take pureed tofu.
For eggs there is a quick and easy substitution during baking: egg substitute powder. In many recipes, for example for muffins, you can also simply omit the eggs (as long as there are under three eggs).
You can simply replace butter with vegan margarine. In the supermarket, a vegan diet means that all ingredient lists are readable. You can also use peanut butter or almond butter.
Sugar, honey and chocolate
Alternatives to sweet sugar or honey are maple syrup, agave syrup, pear syrup or sugar beet syrup.
Agar Agar is a very good substitute for gelatin. You can cook puddings, gellees and creams or use it to thicken sauces.
Have fun while snacking!