Vegan Noms


Vegan Recipes:
Quick and Easy Vegan Recipes for Traveling
Regional Vegan Cuisine: Recipes from Around the World
Vegan Meal Planning: Tips and Tricks for Traveling with a Plant-Based Diet

Baked asparagus, cherry tomatoes, garlic, and lemon slices on a parchment paper.

Veganism is quickly becoming a popular way of life for many people around the world. Not only is it good for the environment and better for animal welfare, but it also provides a plethora of health benefits. However, one concern that many vegans encounter while traveling is finding delicious vegan food in unfamiliar places. Worry not, my fellow vegans! Here are some quick and easy vegan recipes to keep you fueled while on the go.

For breakfast, try a berry smoothie bowl that will keep you full and energized. Simply blend frozen mixed berries, banana, oat milk, and a tablespoon of maple syrup until smooth. Pour the mixture into a bowl and top it with granola, sliced banana, and more mixed berries.

For a quick and delicious lunch, try a Southwestern Quinoa Salad. Cook quinoa according to package instructions and mix it with black beans, corn, diced bell peppers, and avocado. To give it a little kick, add some chili powder, cumin, and lime juice to taste.

When it comes to dinner, you can’t go wrong with a classic Italian-style pasta. Cook spaghetti according to package instructions and saut√© some garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and spinach in olive oil. Mix it all together and top it with some vegan parmesan cheese for a savory and satisfying meal.

A bowl of vegan pad thai served with gyoza.

If you’re traveling to a specific region or country, why not explore some of their vegan dishes? Try some Chana Masala in India, Pad Thai in Thailand, or Falafel in the Middle East. You might be surprised at how delicious and diverse vegan cuisine can be around the world.

Finally, if you’re worried about meal planning while traveling, here are some tips and tricks to make it easier. Always try to book accommodations with a kitchenette so you can cook your own meals. Research vegan-friendly restaurants and cafes ahead of time, and bring some snacks and protein bars for emergencies.

With these recipes and tips, traveling as a vegan can be easy and delicious. Happy travels!

Most versatile vegan ingredients

These ingredients are the most common and versatile in vegan cooking:

  1. Tofu – a great source of protein and can be used in a variety of dishes, such as stir-fry, salads, and sandwiches.
  2. Chickpeas – high in protein and fiber, chickpeas can be used in curries, salads, and make a great vegan hummus.
  3. Quinoa – a complete protein that can be used in place of rice or pasta in salads, stews, and soups.
  4. Nutritional yeast – a source of vitamin B12 and a great vegan alternative to cheese, nutritional yeast can be sprinkled on pasta, popcorn, or used in sauces and dressings.
  5. Coconut milk – a creamy and delicious vegan alternative to cream or milk, coconut milk is great in curries, soups, and desserts.

By having these ingredients on hand, you’ll be able to easily whip up a variety of vegan recipes no matter where you are. Whether you’re traveling or just looking to incorporate more plant-based meals into your diet, these ingredients are a must-have in any vegan kitchen.