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World Vegan Day 2022: 5 Vegan Recipes Everyone Needs To Know

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World Vegan Day 2022: Every year on November 1st, World Vegan Day is observed to encourage people to adopt a vegan lifestyle and to raise awareness about veganism. The day is dedicated to the practice of not using animal products or exploiting animals. World Vegan Day is observed the day after Halloween around the world.

The vegan lifestyle is becoming increasingly popular in our culture as a way of life that can be lived easily and, most importantly, without causing harm to animals for food or clothing. Vegan products are becoming more widely available in stores, even in rural areas, making it impossible to deny that veganism is becoming increasingly popular in our culture.

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The history of this day began in England in 1994, when vegan animal rights activist Louise Wallis created it to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Vegan society. The significance of the day lies in raising awareness of the sustainable approach to eating vegan food.

A vegan diet consists of consuming foods and products derived from plants that do not harm animals. A vegan diet has numerous health benefits for both humans and the environment. World Vegan Day is celebrated to raise awareness of the health benefits of a vegan diet.

5 Vegan Recipes Everyone Needs To Know on World Vegan Day 2022:


Do you crave Indian cuisine? In less than 25 minutes, you can make this veggie-packed Vegan Tikka Masala with tofu, chickpeas, or paneer! A quick, vegan, keto-friendly weeknight dinner!

Image source:
Two Peas & Their Pod


2. Sabudana Khichdi

Sabudana Khichdi (also known as Tapioca Pearls or Sago) is a popular vegan and gluten-free Indian breakfast dish. It’s extremely tasty and makes for a very filling meal.

Sabudana Khichdi
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Cook With Manali

3. Aloo Palak – Potato Spinach Curry:

Aloo Palak is a potato and spinach curry from India. There are several methods for making it. This is my creamy, non-traditional, vegan, and delicious baked potato version!

Aloo Palak – Potato Spinach Curry
Image source:
Oh My Veg!

4. Vegan Broccoli Mac and Cheese:

This Vegan Broccoli Mac and Cheese is one of the favorite quick and easy Vegan meals, and it’s ideal for busy weeknights!

Vegan Broccoli Mac and Cheese
Image source:
Food Network

5. Mushroom Bhaji:

Mushroom bhaji is a tasty Indian dish made with only a few ingredients. It goes well with roti or rice because it is earthy and unctuous.

Mushroom bhaji
Image source:
Sandhya’s Kitchen


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