My July 2017 Vegan Cuts Snack Box has arrived! This one has a lot of salty snacks and protein bars that are nice to throw in your bag for summer travels.
Oh, you thought vegans only eat fancy green juice, kale salads and quinoa bowls, eh? See, we like our chips and cookies, too! We have designated an entire day in their honor. August 29, 2015 is International Vegan Junk Food Day. So you know what that means…
Before I became a plant-based eater, I loved Nacho Cheese Doritos. However, their ingredient list isn’t so lovable. Now, we have Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips in Nacho flavor, a healthier alternative to the classic Doritos snack. Instead of corn, Beanfields uses black beans, navy beans, and long grain rice.
Vegan Cuts, the cruelty-free company that sells vegan goodies and offers monthly snack and beauty box subscriptions, has come out with a brand new box. Their one-time Cheese and Meat Box is packed with cruelty-free “cheesy” & “meaty” essentials that will have any omnivore coming back for more than one bite!
A few months ago, I wrote a post about how much I loved my Vegan Cuts Snack Box subscription. I have been a subscriber for more than a year, and along the way, I have discovered new favorite snacks that make it easy to maintain a plant-based diet. Now, since I recently became a Brand Ambassador for Vegan Cuts, I thought I’d share what’s inside my monthly boxes.
What did you love to eat as a child? Growing up in the 90s, I enjoyed the standard American fare as many others did, like meat, dairy, packaged snacks and heat-and-eat foods from a box. As I got older and changed my diet, I gave up some of the more popular convenience food brands. Fortunately, many of my old favorites, likes chips, cheese, bacon, cupcakes and toaster pastries, have now been re-imagined, plant-based style. Many of them are available at your nearest grocery store. Oh how the times have changed!
Here are some favorite foods from childhood that have now been re-imagined, vegan style.
Forget protein shakes – one serving of ProTings crisps packs a whopping 15 grams of protein. I’ve never expected so much power from chips before. Pretty neat!
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