Vegan What I Eat in a Day as a Model | Healthy Simple Recipes That Are Good For You | Sanne Vloet





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Hey Guys!

How is everyone feeling today? Ready for a new recipe video? Today I’m sharing a special video because I’ve been testing out vegan recipes to share with you guys! These recipes were made while thinking about summer and our getting into our beach bodies! Who here is vegetarian, plant based, or vegan? If you are can you share your favorite recipe or dish with me?

Living a healthy lifestyle can be confusing sometimes. There are so many different “Magic” diets, health plans, types of food, and everyone has their own opinion. They say you need carbs, but don’t eat too much, we need fats, but just the healthy fats… It was extremely confusing for me, but I’ve been learning some tips and tricks that I am going to share with you guys today. If you know of any other tricks or tips comment below so we can all read.

For the past few months my boyfriend Max and I have been really focused on our nutrition and we made the decision to move towards a more plant based diet. We’ve been doing some research on different diets and found one that you may have heard of called “Blood Group Diets”. My trainer recommended this to me about a year ago and it breaks down what types of food you should be eating based on your blood type. It shows that everyone is different based on their nutritional needs and it turns out Max needs to eat more plant based foods and whole grains. If you guys think it would be helpful I can make a video about this so you can learn some more.

I’ve been experimenting with different recipes and different ingredients like tofu and tempeh. It’s important to be conscious of the things we put into our body to nourish ourselves. I always look to buy local, organic, seasonal fresh produce from local markets. I am not completely vegan, but I think it is a good to have a balanced diet and eat more plant based. It’s more sustainable and from what I’m learning better for you!

So I hope everyone here tries out these recipes and if you haven’t seen a video on my channel before make sure to subscribe! I’m super excited for this summer and I’m so happy so many of you shared your goals for Summer 2019 with me in the last video. Today is the first time I want to do something called gratitude. What are you grateful for, who are you grateful for, and remember we have so much to be grateful for even if we forget all the amazing people and things we have in our lives.

xx

Sanne

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Recipes:

Oatmeal Breakfast:
– 1 cup Oats
– 2 cups of water
– 1/2 tsp Cinnamon
– 1 splash of Vanilla extract
– 1 tsp Chia Seed
– 4 table spoons of Coconut milk
– 1 small Banana
– 1/4 cup Oat milk
– Handful Raspberries
-dried Gojiberries

Tofu Arugula Salad:
– 2 cups fresh Arugula
– 1/2 cup Quinoa
– 1/2 Zucchini
– 1/2 Red Bell Pepper
– Pepper, Salt
– 100g Tofu ( extra firm)

Tofu Marinade:

Avocado dressing
– 1/2 Avocado
– Splash of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
– Splash of Water
– Salt
-Pepper
– Squeeze half a lime

2 tablespoons of vegetable oil
1 teaspoon Cumin Seeds
1 teaspoon minced Garlic
2 teaspoons grated fresh Ginger
1 Onion
3/4 teaspoon Turmeric Powder

3 tablespoons Curry Powder ( 1 tbsp ground coriander, 2 tbsp ground cumin, 1.5 tbsp tumuric, 2tsp ginger, 1tsp dry mustard, ½ tsp ground black pepper, 1 tsp cinnamom, ½ tsp ground cardamom, ½ tsp cayenne pepper)

1 teaspoon Red Chilli Powder
1 teaspoon Salt
1 Cauliflower
1 1/2 cups cooked Chickpeas
3/4 cup Water
2 cups thick Coconut Milk (approx 1 can)
1 Cup raisins

Serve with Jasmine or White Rice, topping fresh Coriander/ Parsley



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