Veganism – How to make the switch and commit

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When we’re thinking of any decision that will eventually change our lives, we start to get anxious. It’s completely normal. It may take some time to consider, and sometimes it may take many attempts to make the switch and stick to your decision.

Some foods are more difficult to give up than others; cheese is usually challenging to abstain from. Because cheese contains casein, a slow-burning protein with a potent drug-like molecule called casomorphin. This interacts with the brain’s dopamine center, releasing dopamine into the brain the same way opiates work.

Try making some vegan dishes at home; there are tons of recipes you can find online. Most of the Indian dishes are vegan until you add the ghee, paneer, and butter on top.

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Is this switch based on ethical treatment of animals, health, or any other reason? It helps to list down details about what inspired you the most, A photo, maybe the link to the blog/article you read, something you watched. It helps to go back and remind yourself of your choice if you have not been able to commit yet.

Try making some vegan dishes at home; there are tons of recipes you can find online. Most of the Indian dishes are vegan until you add the ghee, paneer, and butter on top. Try replacing them with vegan ghee, tofu, and vegan butter and you won’t notice any difference in taste.

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