Selecting the type of food that will make your diet is a mater of personal preference. If you have decided to turn vegan, you already know that you belong to one of the strictest categories of vegetarianism who not only stays away from meat, fish or poultry but even have reservations about consuming gelatin or honey.
Therefore when it concerns vegan cooking, it is essentially a strict vegetarian cooking, but with more limitations.
Perhaps one of the biggest challenges of vegan cooking is to include variety. However, with a bit of creativity and of course some amount of internet search, you can find some extremely interesting and varied vegan recipes that would keep you motivated during your vegan years.
The first steps are always difficult and finding good recipes for vegan cooking is no exception. However, when I first started to search for good recipes, I was completely surprised at the large number of vegan cooking guides that are available on the internet.
The best part about these guides is that they teach you to cook some great variations of the same ingredient. They also teach you some basic principles of vegan cooking. They are:
Mix and Match
The best recipe is what you create yourself.
If you are guided as to how to clean and prepare the foods followed by simple cooking instructions and techniques, you can mix and match several recipes and create a dish that soon becomes your hallmark of vegan cooking.
It is not always necessary to invent a brand new recipe. You could improvise on an existing or hand-me-down recipe and create your own dish.
Make it simpleSimple and innocuous vegetables like asparagus, potatoes, mustard greens, beet root and several others can undergo vegan cooking techniques including boiled, blanched, grilled, roasted, steamed and braised in order to bring you some tasty vegan delights.