I Went Vegan For a Month | My Experience

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  1. Mate it's interesting – almost EVERYONE (including myself 3 years ago) finds it most difficult to abstain from cheese when considering going vegan; and for many, cheese is the ONLY reason they choose not to become plant-based, just cheese alone!
    However, it makes a world of sense man when you understand that the predominant compound in all types of dairy (milk, cheese, ice cream etc) that causes people to be so addicted to it is what's called Casomorphin.
    This is an addictive compound that causes baby calves to keep returning back to their mother for her milk and thus grow and survive. So every time I hear someone say 'but I just love cheese too much' I'm like well yes when the opiate-like chemical within cheese triggers receptors linked to addiction in the brain, and not eating it can cause people to have major withdrawal symptoms, one would tend to love it a lot! #themoreyouknow

  2. Man, good job! i think most of people just to make fun of this kind og lifestyle in the beginning, because lack of information. But then you get more info on it and you find out whats really going on and its almost impossible not to change. For the food side, i think there are a lot of good stuff but also some things are not that great. I mean even when i was eating meat, cheese and eggs i also got some really bad tasting things, but dont give up on these things, its getting better and better. I think best cheese yo might get is fresh made in some vegan restaurant. Here is Thailand, chiang mai there is very nice place with a lot of options and really some are okay and some are like wow. They also have lasagne which is soooo good! Keep it going bro!

  3. I found your channel from James Aspey doing a review on one of your videos. I'm pretty sure he sent you a cookbook too. I've been mostly vegan going on 3 months now, but I have to admit cheese is one of the hardest things to give up. There are a couple of good brands of vegan cheeses if you have a chance to try them. The 'Follow your Heart' and 'Chaio' brands are really good, but very expensive.

  4. Answer; to your question on the ''smaller boxes''. Some vegan companies also really care about having a low carbon footprint, so they cram in as much as they can unlike some of the old burger boxes I used to come across in the UK. Sometimes they are small due to demand as plant-based products are not what most consumers are purchasing. Finally, some companies just want to make as much as they can, as they know plant-based consumers are the minority. Vegan cheese!! it is hard to find I will say! Try lots of brands.Try it hot and cold. Some only tase good when hot and vice-versa. I recommend https://www.veggiestuff.com/dairy-free-cheese . It has taken me 2 years to find plant-based cheese I like and finding the best ways to prepare them.

  5. I had never heard of your channel man, and then I saw James Aspey's video reacting to one of your videos, and I have to say you look way better in this video. Glad you enjoyed your month of veganism!

  6. I remember really hating your old videos on veganism (a lot of arguments weren’t that great) but I have to give credit where credit is due and I think what you’re doing now is amazing. I love your attitude and patience towards it and how open minded you’re being about it. Good job, man 👍 and take your time. Wanna be vegetarian? Do it. No need to rush. Cutting out any meat at all is already an amazing step 🙂

  7. I don’t eat pork or red meat or drink milk but I’m not vegan I like cheese ice cream etc I eat lots of fruits and vegetables I’m just trying to get healthier

  8. I'm thinking of maybe trying a vegetarian diet for half a month. Just as an interesting thing to try. Hell, maybe I'll even try a month. I have made a few vegetarian meals in the past that were actually really good, and it will just be an interesting challenge to set up for myself. A vegan diet will be the next big step I guess, but I don't know when that's gonna be.

    And Repzion, if you want a nice vegetarian recipe, make some tomato soup with spaghetti and add some hot sauce and blue moulded cheese, really nice.

  9. I'm only in high school right now so I live with my parents who literally make my siblings and I eat meat every fucking day but I feel like it wouldn't be hard for me to go vegan. For me, meat and animal products are not really worth hurting the environment and hurting animals. Honestly, I'm probably just sick of it lol.

  10. Check out the happy pear 5 minute videos on YouTube I did the tikka masala yesterday and and it was sooooo fast and easy and the taste was as good as the one I have paid £12 for from the takeaway.

  11. The first animal meat i cut out of my diet – way before i went vegan was pork too – i saw how smart these cute little piglets were and that was it for me. I actually wanted to vomit out all the pork i ever ate!!

  12. yay! I'm starting to transition into being vegan (I'm a vegetarian) but if you ever do go vegan in the future you should go to the Christian food truck if you can (they sell vegan and vegetarian foods) you MUST try the beyond burger and the vegan chocolate or vanilla pudding, it's sooo good! expensive, but it tastes great!

  13. Here is my advice, I tried 3 different diets, low fat, vegan, and keto. The first two aren’t effective at all for a healthy body, vegan food is not enough to live off of and you need to eat carbs if you want to live a happy vegan life. Low fat is just bullshit, believe it or not you are actually less healthy by having less fat and it causes you to have a higher risk of heart disease. If you really want to live healthy Whig here does not mean not eating enough or having big muscles you want to be on the keto diet, it is a high fat, no carb or sugar diet that triggers weight loss without having to under eat. This essentially means you can eat all the butter and chicken you want as long as you don’t add a thing of bread or any other carbs or sugar to them. This helps significantly to help burn fat ironically by consuming more of it while also having a good list of relatively cheap alternatives to things with carbs and sugar such as the pumpkin pie I had recently. Seriously don’t fall for the bullshit that is the vegan and low fat diet, they are doing more harm than good to yourself.

  14. We aren't vegan in my house but almost. We use lots of beans and do lots of prep cooking to save money. Garbanzo beans are really yummy if you crisp them up in the oven. Look up a recipe for crispy chickpeas and you can season them with whatever you like. I make spicy maple ones and they are BOMB AS FUCK. I always see the meat replacements and such as more luxury item type things, rather than regular meal staples. We eat a lot of Indian, Mexican and Ethiopian inspired food at my house because it's a good way to make hearty meals with frugal ingredients. I'm happy to see this video and you are very fair, thanks for doing your part. 😀 Even just being reducitarian and being aware of your consumption is a great step to helping our planet. I will warn you about rice, though. If environmentalism is your goal, then skip the rice and look out for palm oil. Sweet potatoes are GOD. There's a youtuber called Sweet Potato Soul who has a few good recipes and I use her sweet potato biscuit recipe ALL THE TIME. They are delicious and fairly easy to make.

  15. Follow your heart and violife are really good cheese, and the trick to melting is like if you’re making a vegan burger or something you’ll wanna cover the skillet for a few mins and it’ll melt perfectly!

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