8 wegańskich profili na IG, które pokocha nawet mięsożerca

– Stefan, Ty to musisz zobaczyć!
– Krysiu, jestem zajęty.
– Stefan, ale ja znalazłam 8 absolutnie genialnych profili na instagramie, które musisz zobaczyć!
– Wegańskich?
– No tak, ale myślę, że te 8 profili, pokocha nawet mięsożerca.
– Skoro tak mówisz, już patrzę.


8 wegańskich profili, które pokocha nawet mięsożerca

1. Minimalist Baker – proste przepisy, które otworzycie klikając w zdjęcia na profilu. Ogromnym plusem jest prosty instruktaż, który nie wymaga przeklikiwania się na bloga.


2. Oh She Glows– veganka, blogerka i właścicielka niezwykle inspirującego konta na Instaramie.


3. Bosh.tv – czyli dwóch vegan, którzy na swoim profilu zamieszczają krótkie filmiki z przepisami na wegańskie potrawy.

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Oh, hey! Nearly didn’t see you there, we were distracted by this absolute MONSTER of a sarnie. This Philly cheesesteak is incredible, the seitan steak is delicious and has a really meaty texture, and it’s way easier to make than you’d think 🤤 The steak nearly didn’t make it into the sandwich – it was so tasty we were nomming it straight out of the pan. This recipe makes enough cheesesteak for about 4 delicious sandwiches, but it will also keep well for a few days and is just as delectable when re-heated. We can pretty much guarantee you’ll love this recipe. Let us know what you think! 💚 PS. Our brand new book HOW TO LIVE VEGAN comes out on October 3rd in the UK! Pre-orders are up on Amazon & Signed editions on Waterstones! 🙌 LIKE & TAG YOUR FRIENDS TO SPREAD THE VEGAN LOVE

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4. Jadłonomia–  czyli Marta Dymek, której przepisy inspirują od lat, nie tylko wegan, ale też mięsożerców.


6. Cashewkitchen – przepiękne fotografie i proste przepisy wegańskie.

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Someone recently told me that my old recipe for hot chocolate with coffee and tahini has been a serious ”gateway drug” to coffee drinking for her 😄 I’m not gonna lie, this #tahinimocha is dangerously addictive. It’s the one drink I turn to when autumn is around the corner (or when I’m about to have my period, as today 😑), and I’m fairly certain that you need this drink in your life too! Would love to hear what you think if you make it 😍 Let me know, ok? Ok. Here goes the (slightly updated) recipe: • TAHINI MOCHA ☕️ serves one • 1 cup barista oat milk 3-4 tbsp brewed coffee, or as desired 1 tbsp maple syrup 1 tbsp unsweetened cacao powder 3/4 tbsp tahini 1/2 tsp vanilla extract pinch of cayenne pepper, to taste tiny pinch of fine sea salt coconut cream, to serve dusted cacao, to serve • METHOD: 1. Gently heat all ingredients in a sauce pan while whisking vigorously, to produce a foam. Remove from heat when steaming (careful not to boil). 2. Pour into your favorite mug and top with a spoonful or two of coconut cream (optional). Dust with cacao and enjoy!

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7. Rainbownourishments – kolorowe inspiracje, piękne fotografie i smakowite inspiracje prosto z Australii.

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Baked Buffalo Broccoli Wings! The only way I want my greens (jk). Each broccoli floret is covered in a crispy and addictive batter and they go perfectly with a cashew dipping sauce. Here's the recipe: . BAKED BUFFALO BROCCOLI WINGS 'Wings' 1 1/4 cup (190g) plain flour 2/3 cup (100g) chickpea flour 1 1/4-1 1/2 cups (310-375g) plant-based milk, such as almond, soy or coconut, depending on how thick you'd like your batter 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp smoked paprika Pinch of any good-quality salt 3 cups (300g) broccoli florets 1/2 cup (125mL) hot sauce* 1/4 cup (100mL) maple syrup . Creamy Dipping Sauce 1/2 cup (65g) raw cashews 1/4 cup (65mL) plant-based milk, such as almond, soy or coconut 1 tbsp lemon juice or apple cider vinegar Pinch of any good-quality salt 1 tbsp dried dill 1 tsp garlic powder . Instructions 1. Preheat the oven to 180°C (350°F). Line 2 trays with baking paper. 2. To make the broccoli wings: In a medium bowl, combine the first 6 ingredients. 3. Dip each broccoli floret in the batter. Make sure all sides are covered but shake off the excess batter. Place the broccoli on the lined baking trays. 4. Bake the broccoli in the oven for 20 minutes, flipping them after 10 minutes. 5. Meanwhile, make the hot sauce coating by combining the hot sauce and maple syrup in a small bowl. 6. Drizzle the hot sauce over the broccoli ensuring all sides are coated. Alternatively, dip each floret in the sauce and return them to the baking tray. Bake the broccoli for another 15-20 minutes or until the batter is golden. 7. Meanwhile, make the creamy dipping sauce: Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. 8. Enjoy immediately! . Notes *If you like spicy food, use less maple syrup and more hot sauce. If you don't like spicy food, substitute some of the hot sauce with barbeque sauce.

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8. The First Mess– czyli przepisy oparte na warzywach i roślinach, wszytko zilustrowane pięknymi zdjęciami.

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When dinner is: easy, super delicious, loaded with #vegan protein, make-ahead friendly, AND presented in mini form 🥇. So many wins. These grilled mini peppers with spiced walnut and lentil crumble (so meaty and flavourful, it's nuts 🤓😂) are super cute and satisfying at the same time. They're topped with a rustic olive and parsley mixture and I added a little bonus sprinkle of hemp-based "parmesan." Spicy, salty, slightly sweet, meaty, peppery, and fresh💥. Tap the link in my profile for the RECIPE (1️⃣Go to my profile page, 2️⃣Tap on the link, 3️⃣Tap on this exact photo to be taken to the recipe!). #thefirstmess#veganrecipes #veganfood #thenewhealthy#plantpower #plantpowered #healthyrecipes #grilling #cooking #walnuts #heyflourist #vegandinner #dairyfreerecipes

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