Vegan Substitutions for Cooking & Baking
When my mom and dad first went vegan, pretty much the only dairy substitute available was soymilk. And if you didn’t eat meat, you cooked lentils or made burgers from beans, sunflowers, and oats. These days, entire industries are devoted to plant-based alternatives to meat, dairy, and eggs. It's easier than ever to be vegan — but are these substitutions good for us? Are there simpler, healthier ways to replace animal products with plants… without compromising flavor? In this article, we’ll look at the range of options for cooking and baking without milk, cheese, eggs, yogurt, and meat. Plus, a bonus section on replacing white flour, sugar, salt, and oil!