People tend to associate a barbecue with cheeseburgers, hot dogs and other meat-focused dishes. However, that’s not for everyone, as roughly one million of the United States population is vegan. Although that means only about half a percent holds this dietary preference, it’s important for a host to be able to cater to the needs of their guests by integrating healthy, vegan dishes into a traditional barbecue.
Latin American-inspired dishes are a fantastic way to stick to a vegan diet while enjoying flavorful and creative creations. Colorful peppers, flavorful avocados and endless spices can make a chef out of even the most reluctant meal-prepper. Here are a few of our favorite, easy-to-make items.
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Moving towards a plant-based diet is a fantastic change that offers many health benefits. However, it can be difficult to eliminate meat — especially in a carnivore-focused culture like ours. That’s why many experts recommend a full meat detox to truly commit to your new lifestyle and begin building those habits that go into maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
It’s pretty easy to walk into a grocery store and want to purchase items that you don’t need — especially if you aren’t prepared. Americans typically throw away about 25 percent of the groceries they buy. To get the most out of your grocery shopping and avoid wasting food or money, here’s a quick guide to start implementing more efficient shopping practices.
Looking for vegan and vegetarian eats on Chicago’s North Side? You won’t have far to look! Here’s a list of some of Moon Meal’s favorite restaurants scattered throughout the neighborhoods.
Whether you’re trying to be healthier, you have a dietary change, or there’s ethical reasons for being vegan or vegetarian, you don’t have to worry about compromise or deprivation. Chicago’s South Side has numerous flavorful veggie-centric spots for you to try out. Here is a list of Chicago’s South Side destinations.
Chicago might be known for its steak and Italian beef sandwiches, but there are plenty of delicious and fulfilling options for vegans and vegetarians. If you find yourself looking for fast-casual options in the Loop, you’re in luck! Here are a few of our favorites.