I am stuck with this question. I want to give up meat. I want to give up cheese. I want to eat a plant based diet. The problem is, can I do it? For as long as I can remember, meat has grossed me out. I don't eat a lot of it and haven't for many years. If I do, I prefer to eat chicken breasts, steaks, roasts. All the meat that isn't ground up and processed.
When it comes to dairy products, I don't have a problem with milk as I don't drink milk anyway. If I do, it's simply to add to my coffee and I would have no problem trading that out with almond milk, which I always have anyway. Cheese though....Oh sweet cheese. I love cheese. I live in Wisconsin after all and we are known as the cheese heads. I am willing to give the diary free "cheese" a chance and see how it holds up to it's competitor. If it's good enough, I might be able to do it.
The problem is, will I be able to stick to a vegan diet? None of my friends are vegan. No one in my family is vegan. I love doing things socially and that involves eating out or eating at other peoples houses and that means I don't really know what ingredients will be in the food.
How do you vegans out there do it?
This video is very enlightening. It's not to make you feel bad about your choices. It's all science and what science has found out about people that eat a plant based diet. I can't help but want to try it. The video is long....a whole 45 minutes. Take the time to watch it though. Like I said, it's not to make you feel bad about what you eat. To show you the science about the super foods that are out there for us to eat.
If you do not already, do you think you could live a vegan life style?
Is beer okay to drink still???