trying out veganism for about 1-2 months for pure giggles and curious about supposed health benefits. Everything going okay-ish except appetite. Hungry af. What can I munch on now and what should I get next time at the supermarket that is very filling? Nuts are great but dont have them atm.
corn is tasty but out of season in north. Get sweet potatoes, typically available year round in stores. Toss in oven and bake a while to soften, use lower temps to increase sweetness.
You must not be the OP since like most idiots that post on /fit/ he thinks veganism is a diet, when it's a lifestyle that include being vegetarian. I'm sure OP doesn't want to have to research every single thing he ever uses the rest of his life to ensure no part of it even remotely came from an animal.
Can you not read? Or do you just skim or something?
Veganism means you USE NO ANIMAL PRODUCTS, ever. That means no leather or animal skins of any kind, nothing derived from an animal in any way (no lanolin, for instance) nothing made from wool (or any other animal fur or hair) etcetera. This of course means it INCLUDES being 100% vegetarian, but it is not ONLY being vegetarian. Why do you all have such a problem understanding this?
Veganism = LIFESTYLE
Vegetarian = NO MEAT
They are not the same thing!
>trying out veganism for about 1-2 months for pure giggles and curious about supposed health benefits
No you're not. You're doing it because you feel insecure about yourself and veganism is trendy in your environment. Now you want to feel like you're part of it.