Every year, several international events take place to bring together vegetarians and vegans from all over the world. Why does this diet interest more and more people? This is what we tried to understand and explain with different experts and personalities including former NHL player, Georges Laraque …
Whether it’s due to a love of animals, for health reasons, an allergy or intolerance, or simply by taste, more and more people are turning to a vegetarian diet. If you want to become a vegetarian or maintain a balanced vegetarian diet, you will find all the tips you need to succeed below!
The vegan kitchen does not contain any ingredients derived from animals. This means: no eggs, no dairy products, and most importantly no meat. The vegan diet consists of fruits, vegetables and other foods of vegetable origin such as legumes, nuts and cereal products.
Here we propose some of our very best vegetarian and vegan recipes, which are full of fun colours and irresistable flavours.
We offer lacto-ovo-vegetarian meal plans, in all animal meat is excluded but where products derived from animals such as milk, cheese and eggs are included. They’re offered at three calorie levels: 1,400, 1,800 and 2,200 calories per day.
For those who do not want to completely eliminate meat and fish but are interested in vegetarianism, we offer two variants: pesco-vegetarian menus (which include a few fish or seafood portions) and semi- Vegetarian (which include some fish and / or poultry, but no red meat).