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IN Lifestyle ON 30 Dec, 2015
Whenever we hear about someone being a vegetarian, we can't help but wonder how they can live without eating chicken skin, bacon, and smoked sausages. But you see, living as a vegetarian makes them feel good because it apparently lessens your carbon footprint since they do not eat meat. You see, raising pigs and cows for meat is not that good for Mother Earth. Our planet suffers from so much methane from the feces of millions of animals grown and then slaughtered for human consumption. So when you only eat vegetables, you are doing something good for Earth.
So, without further ado, here are 10 delectable vegetarian products that could persuade you that not having meat is an acceptable and sustainable choice.
The cover alone makes me hungry. The flavors for this one include Cheddar, Deluxe White Cheddar, and Alfredo. Who said being vegetarian had to taste so bad?
This burger does not use any meat. Instead, it has soy and gluten. Even better, the beast burger provides more protein and iron than your typical beef burger.
Being a non-GMO product means that it tries to be organic and natural. The flavors for this one include garden herb, American, and mozzarella. Yummy!
Who says you can't have ice cream if you're a vegetarian? This ice cream does not have any dairy product in it, yet it can provide you with great-tasting snickerdoodle, dark chocolate truffle, and salted caramel cluster flavors.
If you really want to find out how tasty this tofu chicken is, tell your family and friends that you made chicken and then feed them with this. If they love it, then it's probably not a bad idea to switch to this Tofurky.
Just look at the varied packages. Do you want a whole jar, a triangular slice, or something else? Buy all you want.
These small cakes have omega-3 benefits for you, but they don't need to have fish or crabs in them. Awesome.
Jackfruits are typically sweet. But one upside that vegetarians have is that they can even have spicy lime jackfruit. Amazing, isn't it?
Well, it's actually called "cheezecake" not "cheesecake" to differentiate it from the typical dessert that uses milk. This one does not even have soy in it.
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