I mean, these are the things most widely seen they eat in order to get important nutrients commonly associated with meat and dairy products e. G. Iron, protein, calcium. Well, I have your answer. Vegans eat fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs, spices, oils, choose flowers and edible mushrooms, and made them all. There is no "common things" we eat to get the nutrients in meat, but a balanced vegan diet can easily varied nutritional needs of man. Protein is a non-issue that many plant foods contain more protein on a per calorie than even beef done. Green dark green leafy vegetables and legumes are rich in iron and many of the same sources are rich in calcium as well. There is only one nutrient (B12) is not reliable available on vegan diets, even if vitamin B12 deficiency is actually more widely seen among meat eaters who have absorption problems than vegetarians and vegans.
Inspiration for healthy food every day. All ingredients are vegan and gluten-free, it is also easy to change or add something. Here's what I used: Potato. . .