Vegan Food Cupboard

Vegan Food Cupboard

A Vegan or plant-based diet is on full swing these days and for all the right reasons.

It simplifies your life.

Vegan foods help you in staying healthy and keeping chronic diseases at bay.

Most importantly, you save the animals from being slaughtered just for the sake of joyful eating. You can also contribute to the preservation of the environment and mother nature with a healthy lifestyle. So, there is no harm in hopping on a plant-based diet bandwagon as it does all good to you, the animals, people, and the environment. However, you might get confused as to what things you can stock to support your ethical stance.

Don’t worry. On www.vegan-supermarket.uk, we have stocked all dietician approved vegan staples that you can keep in your vegan kitchen cupboard.

The bonus point is that the enlisted items are reasonably priced, so eating healthy will not go heavy on your pocket at all.

  1. Legumes: It is quite necessary to add legumes in a vegan diet as they are the ultimate protein source. They contain a low amount of fat, micronutrients, phytochemicals, fiber, and all necessary proteins to keep the healthy body going. With legumes, you can create lentil and hummus wraps, veggie burgers, hummus, salads, soups, and pasta dishes. So, keeping legumes in your vegan kitchen cabinet is a must.

  2. Grains: You cannot omit grains from your main course. Luckily, most of the grains happen to be gluten-free. For a healthy diet, you can buy barley, brown and black rice, millet, farro, bulgar wheat, quinoa, wild rice, wheat berries, and steel-cut oats.

  3. Flour: Do you love pancakes for your breakfast? There are many vegan flour options available with us that make perfect and delicious vegan cakes, pancakes, cookies, brownies, bread, and desserts. Do stock almond flour, whole wheat flour, oat flour, spelt flour, chickpea flour, and buckwheat flour in your refrigerators for maximum freshness.

  4. Pasta: Who does not like a good pasta dish for lunch or dinner? We have a variety of pasta available for you that is not only high on protein but contain all of the vegan-favorite ingredients. Keep your vegan kitchen cupboard filled with all sizes of rice noodles, soba noodles, brown rice pasta, quinoa pasta, and mung bean threads.

  5. Nuts: Nuts are an ultimate healthy snacking. They also serve as delicious toppers and go well with a lot of vegan recipes. Raw nuts are what vegan recipes ask for. We will suggest you store your nuts in air-tight jars or refrigerator for maximum freshness and crunch. For your vegan kitchen cupboard, it will be ideal to buy walnuts, pecans, almonds, cashews, and pistachios.

  6. Seeds: Seeds not only enhance the taste of the dish, but they also provide the ultimate texture in the absence of the conventional ingredients. Take flax seeds, for example. Flax seeds have replaced eggs in baked items as they combine all of the ingredients the same way as the eggs do. You can also keep sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and chia seeds in your vegan kitchen cabinet.

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