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is largely about getting from point "O" (omnivore) to point "V"
(vegan) with minimal disruptions to daily routines and maximum sustainability
for this compassionate lifestyle choice.
some, it is easy to drop ingredients or menu items from their diets, while others
may need more time to experiment with alternatives. For example, it was relatively
simple for me to substitute agave syrup for honey, raw vegan sugar for the regular
white stuff, and vegan cream or milk in my tea (especially in a world where soy
chai lattes are now available in many big-name coffeehouses—yum!). Switching out
the milk and cream in my coffee has been another story.
my experience and the resulting tips will help you make the switch for life:
these tips will help other aspiring vegans or newbies on their journey to
veganism. So far, chocolate vegan milks for café mochas are my favorite, but
I'm always on the lookout for other delicious alternatives. Do you have other
tips for making the switch? Tell me about them!
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