Veggie Planet Reveals How to Go Vegan in Mississauga – Veggie Restaurant Choices

Most vegans love to help those new to the lifestyle get the most out of their new lifestyle. Beloved Mississauga restaurant Veggie Planet is no exception recently giving tips to locals.

Mississauga, Canada - November 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Most vegans love to help those new to the lifestyle get the most out of their new lifestyle. Beloved Mississauga restaurant Veggie Planet is no exception recently giving tips to locals who are joining the vegan tribe.

Becoming a vegan or a vegetarian can totally transform a person’s life for the better – in addition to helping animals and the environment. The power of this is clear with a glance at Hollywood or professional athletes and just counting how many are making the choice to avoid animal products. Of course, knowing what to eat, what to avoid, and which local restaurants are a great place to dine is also quite valuable to learn. In exciting news, Mississauga vegan restaurant Veggie Planet’s team has done their best to help giving their tips on ‘What You Should Know About Going Vegan In Mississauga, Brampton, Toronto And GTA…Food To Avoid, Vegan-Friendly Restaurants And Food Options’ in a recent post on their popular blog.

“There’s always a little confusion when someone goes vegan so we thought we’d clear it up and aid in making smart vegan choices in our area,” commented a spokesperson from Veggie Planet. “In a nutshell, veganism is a diet that goes a step beyond vegetarianism. Most of us know that vegetarianism involves totally shunning animal meats and adopting a predominantly vegetarian diet. But while vegetarians include some animal-based foods such as dairy and eggs, vegans go the extra mile and stay away from all such animal by-products too. Veganism eschews the consumption of all foods derived from animals – directly or indirectly.”

With this in mind, Veggie Planet points to many “no-go” foods that often confuse those new to the lifestyle. Hidden animal products, like animal fats, some cooking oils, and even honey make the list.

This is followed by a break down of vegan staples, highlighted by vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes, nuts, and (we can’t forget) tofu! A combination of which shows just how rich the vegan eating experience can be.

Eating out locally and inexpensively, it is impossible in the Greater Toronto area not to think of Veggie Planet themselves. The Veggie Planet Vegetarian Restaurant in Mississauga, Brampton invites guests to indulge their taste buds with Indian street food and down a couple of Indian drinks, all while staying well within the realm of mindful vegan eating.

To learn more visit https://veggieplanet.ca.

Veggie Planet Mississauga Location can be found here: https://g.page/veggieplanet?share

Contact Info:
Name: Veggie Planet Team
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Organization: Veggie Planet
Address: 6985 Davand Dr Unit #1, Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1Y6, Canada
Phone: +1-905-795-7950
Website: https://veggieplanet.ca

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933236

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